The challenge of simplifying things

Reducing HFCs with the world’s most successful environmental treaty from CIFF on Vimeo. I really like this video, it makes the issue a lot simpler, but there is still the challenge and the pressure from a lot who just doesn't want to change.

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Mt. Apo Calling

The time stamp on this photo is 3:47 am.  I think this is somewhere in Makilala, North Cotabato in 2012. I wanted to master night photography, but I need a stronger lens to do so. I haven't maximized the use of my Olympus EPL-2, do plan to buy a Panasonic 20mm pancake lens, five years …

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I was not photoshopped into the Chocolate Hills

Be careful what you put to social media. People can manipulate images. I was not that Kenyan Girl who was obviously photoshopped into the Great Wall of China. Above was an old photo of mine taken January 2012.  It was my first trip to Bohol for Bureau Veritas. After five (5) years doing management system …

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A Visit to New Songdo City

I was a bit disappointed when we emerged  from the IBD subway station because it was a cloudy day and we were welcomed by tumbleweeds and grasses. The planned city is still under construction.  Building works are still ongoing and the space was wide. We just have to walk further towards the Central Park to see …

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Beyond The Rolling Hills

Just got back from Malandag, Sarangani Province in Mindanao. We took a land trip to Davao City and the flight back to Manila was horrible. We have to go through a three to four hour delay due to bad weather. Davao City was on halt due to flooding. Upland in Sarangani, flooding is not an …

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Remote Locations

Spent four days in a remote location. I was trying to practice night photography during one of those free times at night.  Power plants have to be in remote locations which is the norm but no one can stop population growth and urbanization that one day, remote locations are no longer remote anymore. We may …

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