itinerantmind Manila 4w

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind It is then that I admired the perseverance of the lamps that light up our darkest night.

Re-edited (color splash)
1mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind "There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them." – Jo Walton 2mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Did you know that at night the lotus flower closes and sinks underwater, at dawn it rises and opens again (or so the guide told me) 3mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Nature trip 3mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind "Nothing is sweeter than the togetherness we share" 3mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Happy 116th Independence Day Pilipinas!! 4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind A boat ride away 4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind We watch the season pull up its own stakes
And catch the last weekend of the last week
Before the gold and the glimmer have been replaced,
Another sun soaked season fades away
4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Yesterday's sunset at a supermarket parking lot. Goodbye May! It's been a great summer! 4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind This shot reminds me of my summer days as a child. Those black inflatables taken out of old worn out tires are what we use in the beach back then so we can play and float around. Arm floaties and tubes just didn't work for me then. 4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Sailing takes me away to where I've always heard it could be
Just a dream and the wind to carry me
4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Low tide, look down. So there I was, looking down, relishing the feel of the sugary sand when I noticed that many of the people around are doing the same thing. I wish I could've taken a photo closer than this but I only had my phone with me at the time. 4mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Delayed flight. When boredom strikes. 5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind A walk along the ancient trails of Banaue 5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind A gentle word, a kind look, a good-natured smile can work wonders and accomplish miracles.
William Hazlitt
5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.

itinerantmind Greetings from Banaue, Philippines! Taken a day before the #ImbayahFestival. Hagiyo!

As it has been through he centuries, Imbayah, a noble People’s Feast, is Banaue’s grandest cultural celebration marking the passage of one person and his family from common folk to nobility in the community. Imbayah comes from the word “bayah”, meaning rice wine. “Bumayah” or “ Imbayah” connotes nobility or abundance – an occasion were it is said that wine overflows from heirloom jars and the feast set for mortals and gods.

On the Imbayah’s festive days, the people done their full native regalia; fun games and sports that test strength and prowess are played; the epics are chanted; native songs mingle with the air of merry-making; and at the beating of the ancient gongs, dancing becomes-for the people, soulful communion. -tripadvisor.com
5mon

» LOG IN to write comment.