Colours will distract you some days and they’re captivating enough to count as valid nutrition sources. Think photography, for me, has always involved tiptoeing lines between light and shadow; it’s a time-consuming exercise and a healthy distraction that sometimes serves it’s purpose, drawing in cash when necessary.
Myriad of hues with it’s hint of comedy, that picture we took October this year on a trip to Dapitan. Part of preparations for Rizal ATBP included visiting his place of exile. Fishermen didn’t need to sail too far from shore. After casting nets waist-deep they come back to the sand with this much. Mum said we’re a rich nation and I see her basis for that claim.
“I want to do all I can for this town.” Was what Jose Rizal wrote in a letter to father Pastells while he was exiled. Sleepy Dapitan buzzed with life in his wake. Particularly, I was drawn to his sculptures and drawings. Suppose he went diving, too, caught fish and carefully drew each one.
Rizal ATBP a musical play produced by Hiyas Kayumanggi explores the life and merits of Jose Rizal through the eyes of one unlikely character. I can’t really disclose as much, you can find out for yourselves. Watch Rizal ATBP at Ayala Center Cebu on the following dates:
NOV 8, 7PM
NOV 9, 3PM
NOV 9, 7PM
Check out Rizal ATBP on facebook for details.