Monday, May 21, 2007

Safari Day One

This photoblog is inspired by Dan Eldon, a young photojournalist who was killed while on duty in Somalia. Reckoned by many to have been a premature death, he left an extensive set of journals chronicling a life that was short but truly well-lived. Thank you, Dan, for reminding me that each moment in life is a golden photo opportunity, to be grabbed, savored, captured, framed, and shared...


Traveling is one of the luxuries in life that my parents tried their best to provide for us as we were growing up. Whether they be short drives or trips that cross timezones, these journeys have provide rich learning experiences for all of us, from how to conduct ourselves in foreign lands to the overt lessons in history, art, and culture. Thank you, Mom, Pop, and Ate Chiqui. You are great traveling companions.


Hong Kong is a place that excites all senses. Even in the still of the night sans colors, Hong Kong vibrance is still oh so palpable.

Pratt Street, Hong Kong, with my sister on the left foreground, January 2006, using my Sony Ericsson K500i cameraphone.

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