Lens Project: Castle on A Hill – Divide

Last summer, (May here in the Philippines) my grandmother went in our home in Manila. As my gift, i gave her a plane ticket going back home to our province. This is my grandmother's first plane ride so i'm excited and so as everyone for her. It was 9 years since i went home and everything is exciting and chilling for me. Knowing that i know, lots have changed in there, i will be learning a lot of stories from relatives and people there. During the travel, i realized that Ed Sheeran's song perfectly…

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Lens Project: Streets and a Slave

"...A street is a public thoroughfare (usually paved) in a built environment. It is a public parcel of land adjoining buildings in an urban context, on which people may freely assemble, interact, and move about.."-Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StreetThis is a mobile photography collection of photos i took when i'm on road heading home or going at the office. Streets and a Slave is about the life of an employee and people on the streets in their weekly routine as they strive to work hard in the metro to have a better life and living.Streets and…

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Lens Project: 1989 – A Taylor Swift’s Booklet Inspired Photography

When i discovered Taylor Swift's songwriting talent through the inclusion of her demo songs in her album, i started to admire her because of her talent, gift and love for music. I love singer-songwriters because i know that this is real talent compared to artists who include skins, boobs, twerks and cursing in their music, but still making it big. 1989 is the latest album of Taylor Swift. I went through the records but i actually missed the booklet until last week, i was able to look at it and i thought "this…

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