Last month, I was nominated by a friend to do the black and white photo challenge. I have already seen some people do it and didn’t expect that I would actually be nominated. I am not a pro at photography, I’m just a “pho” not a protographer. (HAHAHAHA. Didn’t get the joke? OKAY!)
So you have to upload black and white photos for five days (one photo per day) and you have to tag five different people each day. No skipping of days!!! But well as for me, being a sucker at uploading photos and even at updating my blog, I was able to skip at least 2 days for my third and fifth photo. Nye nye.
Anyway, here are my photos:
Okay the title is a little bit corny. Fine, CORNY! This photo was taken in Baguio City last 2013 at Mines View Park, hence the name Mine+Sweeper.
3. Upside Down
This is my friend doing a hand stand at a wooden platform in Pampanga last 2012 during our field trip in our Philippine History Class.
4. Barasoain Church
This is also in Bulacan taken at the same day of the first photo. Barasoain Church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. This place served as temporary residence of the first Philippine president, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo. It also held three important events in Philippine history: the convening of the First Philippine Congress, the drafting of the Malolos Constitution, and the inauguration of the First Philippine Republic. (source: http://www.barasoainchurch.org/ -read more)
I was really thankful for the opportunity of being invited by a protographer (omg! I’m using it again) during this lovely event. We weren’t really at MOA to experience the event but we were right across the venue so we can still hear the sound. It was really hard to take a decent photo since I had no external shutter that time and the tripod I was using broke. (Talk about kamalasan!!!)
Well here it is! If you want to do it but no one is nominating you, go do it yourself and just say that I nominated you (((: