Mama was my greatest teacher, a teacher of compassion, love and fearlessness. If love is sweet as a flower, then my mother is that sweet flower of love.Stevie Wonder
Warning: This post is contains the vainest photos of my husband. Hahaha! He is not actually a selfie kind of guy, he just happened to have more self-confidence than me when it comes to posing in front of the camera. We’ll I guess that’s why we are perfect match, I hold the camera he does the posing. LOLz!
Hello people, of the internet, I’m back! Work and life just got busy lately that I didn’t get the chance to shoot more and post. Well, I did some a month ago but didn’t get the chance to really post them. Enough of giving excuses though, let me share to you all our trip to Melbourne, Australia.
I’ve had this trip in my mind for very long and finally, we’re able to pull it off. Husband was not so eager before due financial reasons even though we can afford to go and sometimes I tend to get lazy processing for visa application, so it took this long. But it was all worth it. Just like how we planned for the biggest event in our lives – our wedding – everything just falls into place. Right timing is important, and so our trip to Melbourne was just in time.
Another set of photos that I get to “capture” (word from my mini twin, Jankoi). I manage to set up two sessions in one go, despite the very hot day and hot body temperature (Just kidding! I was already feeling better that day.)
Meet the Rabayas. My little sister, Novie and the soft-spoken Andoi. ^_^
During my week long holiday in Cebu, I get the chance to photograph my sister and my sister-in-law. Despite hectic schedule and the not so cooperative body, I got fever the night before, so I am not feeling well that day. Also it was very hot even though it was still 10 am in the morning.
Meet Sherry. My sister-in-law. Mother of my 3 naughty but cutie nephews, soon to be 4.