Month: February 2011
Day 59/365: Top Guitarist, Eric Clapton
Project 365 – Self Portrait – Day 59/365 Eric Clapton, The only triple inductee into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of both The Yardbirds and Cream and as a solo artist), Eric Clapton continues to astonish and delight a vast spectrum of music lovers. It’s a legacy that continues with the release of Reptile, the latest journey in the lifelong musical odyssey of an authentic musical genius.
Day 58/365: My Macbook Pro Experience
Why I switched to Macbook Pro?
– The Apple is Cool, the windows get boring maybe
– I am Artist, so its a must to have a Mac.
– Photography is my world, It is only Mac that makes my virtual world bright and colorful
– The sleek style and friendly features makes my user experience so easy
– Think of Entertainment
– Think of the Technology Wonders
– Makes magical day for my photo output
– Mac now is my bestfriend 🙂
It is not anymore a way of life. My Mac gives life to my photography world now.
Love the Mac!
Festivals Fireworks Display
The 2nd Philippine International PyroMusical Competition 2011 – France
The Sixth Entry – France.
Lacroix-Ruggieri is a powerhouse of international fireworks, being born out of two of Europe’s oldest fireworks companies; Ruggieri from Italy and Ettiene Lacroix from France. The combination of these two forces has created one of Europe’s leading pyrotechnic specialists, with over 250 years of experience in the field. Having dazzled the crowds with their fireworks for the likes of King Louis XIV of France in the 1700’s, Lacroix-Ruggieri now provide the firework displays for such rock royalty as U2, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones.
Day 57/365: Rio Go for Gold Olympics 2016!
A native of Bato, Camarines Sur, Rio is the youngest of 14 children – seven full-blooded siblings, while the rest are half siblings. At nine months old, his mother left them and it was his father who raised the brood. Young Rio and his family moved to Manila where he continued his studies. He had to endure the daily two- to three-kilometer walk from their house in the slums to the school with only a one peso allowance and an occasional two peso bonus for every star he got from his teachers.
Day 56/365: Dampa’s Best is Aling Tonyas
More than 10 years ago, I remember that we need to drive all the way to Paranaque just to have a feast of seafoods for a cheaper food trip. And now, Dampa is everywhere, In Macapagal Ave, in Mall of Asia by The Bay, In Ortigas Home Depot Pasig City, and Cubao Farmers.
Day 55/365: Tapsi ni Vivian, The Best Tapsilog and Chicharon Bulaklak in the City
Looking for the Best Tapsilog in the City? Check out Tapsi ni Vivian and Bulaluhan in Marikina City! I am fortunate that I live in the nearby city and it is just a 20 minutes drive away from my place. It is a 24 hours Fast Food Chain located at 132 G Fernando Ave, Bgy San Roque Marikina City. The road is right across the Felix Ave and nearby Mcdonalds Marcos Hi-Way. What makes it the best Tapsi for me? The beef is really cooked and it has a twist of sweetness and pepper taste. The beef tips is soft and the garlic rice serving is fair enough, not to forget the nicely done sunny side egg. They got a free bulalo soup too and its unlimited. You bet!
Day 54/365: Angels
Our angels play a very important role in our lives. They’re assigned to us at birth and stay by our side, loving and guiding us, until we return home. There are many different types of angels, each with their own unique role to play in our lives. Everyone loves angels and for good reason. They signify love, courage, strength and guidance. It’s no wonder that people get angel tattoos, adorn their homes with Christmas angels during the holidays and make snow angels in winter. Some people think that angels only exist in heaven and don’t interact with us at all.
Day 53/365: EDSA People Power Revolution 25th Anniversary – Is it worth to remember?
So many statements about EDSA has been told. It is known as the most traffic road in Manila where there is no rules on drive speed. A road that heavily commercialized by millions of billboards and signage. And EDSA was placed in the Philippines history last 1986 when millions of people flocked to rally and show a unified force to oust the Marcos 20 Years of dictatorship.
Is it worth to remember EDSA? Where are these people who claimed to be the heroes of EDSA? Let me recall according how they affect me for the last 25 years.
Day 52/365: Water Yoga Exercises
Water yoga is low impact and gentle on the muscles and joints, making it perfect for the elderly, pregnant women and people with injuries or chronic conditions. Additionally, the buoyancy of the water cushions falls and makes certain postures, like handstands, safer than on land. With a little creativity, almost any land asana will translate to water. However, there are some poses that lend themselves to water already.