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SUNSET AT ANGONO LAKESIDE PARK

 Pictures at last! Ever since the first time I went there, I’ve been longing to take pictures of Angono Lakeside Park, popularly known as Wawa. But unfortunately, I didn’t had a camera back then. This place was so good to visit, and I enjoyed it!

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I love, ehem, really love this picture of a young fisherman on his boat at Wawa.

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silhouettes of my dear students who accompanied me in visiting this place.

10688311_10204064580728161_2086568369911470677_oI just can’t take the perfect silhouette for myself, tsk, I shouldn’t have wore a white shirt. 

10711079_10204077111281417_6933965050705860540_nJed and Pat, two of the students that made a strong bond with  me even in just a short period of time.

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(From front, left to right) Patricia, Jedric, Jackielyn, and Therese. Peace!

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I’m a shy type you know! I can’t even smile properly :/

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The reason why, is that I’ve got problems with my teeth. Sungki >___<

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The Fountain, the Post and the Fire

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Last September 26, I hosted a debut party at Villa Fernando, Angono, Rizal. During my preparation, I saw this wonderful view just above me. It was as if I saw the Suzaku, the bird character inthe Japanese anime Fushigi Yugi. I love the fountain, the lamp post and the fire bird.

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BREAKING DAWN

BREAKING DAWN

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Afternoon Sun

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