This is one of the reasons I continue this tradition of looking back with a photo essay. It’s a reminder about what is important, a push to do even better for the coming year, and it encourages me to take even more photos.
I can’t believe I started doing this in 2014. It’s going to be interesting to look back after ten years and see what my world was like. For example, in 2015, the wife and I adjusted to having a baby for the first time. In 2016, I discovered my love for good coffee and how simple living made me happy.
From a culture perspective, there’s nothing quite like California, that’s where we spent all of our time. There’s no place in the world where you might be walking the street and see that guy/gal from TV walking back at you.
Kasadya sa SRP is a concoction of carnival rides (even a few really sketchy ones), game booths, mini bazaars and food stalls. Hosted by the Cebu City Government, it usually starts early in December and runs until the end of February. I think it has gone on annually for about five years now.
The first time I went was last year (2015) and was able to take interesting photos. This year I wanted to try something different and decided to go on late February to avoid the crowd.
“Street photography is documenting humanity.” – Eric Kim
Submit your Street Photography photos for the #PDVisualStorytelling November edition. Submission period is from November 1-25, 2015.
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