December 25, 2011

Happiness Through the Eyes of Strangers

We visit Tagaytay at least once a month to feel the breeze of the place and cool down from the busy city life. Last Friday, we've decided to check out Picnic Grove, my children and their cousins had fun time together as they stroll along the park.

What caught my attention are the beautiful scenes from strangers. Starting off with this cute little boy, named ZK. His long hair reminded of a smart and equally cute little boy I met last Christmas eve. ZK gamely posted for this shot. His parents beamed with pride as I clicked the camera's button.

Almost about to leave the place when I heard beautiful songs from somewhere. I followed where the voices were coming from - and it was from this group of young men. Seeing group of friends bond together was a wonderful sight as they bring back good old memories with friends of my own.

There's nothing lovelier than seeing a family travel together. This family were having picnic when I took the shot. I even asked (more like shout) if I can eat with them. They gamely nodded and waved for me to come over. My daughter, who's extremely mahiyain said, "Mom, are you really going there?". I replied, "yes, why not, they said yes to me". Julia begged, "Mom, but it's their food". I hugged her and said, "I'm just joking, anak". But then again I was having second thoughts - hmmm, makikain kaya ako?


6 comments:

  1. Thanks Glenn for dropping by here.

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  2. wow galing na mag capture ng moments!!! photographer na!!

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  3. Was so nice bumping into you in tagaytay!:) May you and your family have a blessed new year, joy! Thanks for always supporting me and Mommy Mundo:) Hugs!

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  4. Thanks, Janice. It's always nice seeing you and your family.

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  5. sarap tlaga mag bonding with family

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