|OLA Parish Cemetery entrance|
It has been a stormy weekend for me and i still have a remaining plate for my next photography class, that is why i went out on a semi-stormy afternoon of Dec 9, 2014.
I went out shooting under my umbrella with the camera on my right hand. It was pretty embarrassing for my part because it is (for me) strange to see someone shoot outdoors in such weather. Well, i had no choice. I was D-E-S-P-E-R-A-T-E.
I had limited movements because I keep myself dry (actually I keep my camera dry). That is why my shots were pretty disappointing.
I went around Marikina area (where i live). I went to Marikina river only to find out garbage floating on the river which was an eyesore from my cam's viewfinder. I went to the heritage-like Cafe Kapitan Moy area but i was too shy to shoot because of... I don't know. But I went to OLA, Our Lady of the Abandoned, just a street away from the cafe, the central Church in my area. And to a cemetery just behind it. :)
Here are some of my Shots.
|"Cemetery rule of thirds" - empty graveyard in apartment style in a photographer's perspective|
|An image of Jesus Christ in the wall, this is really a catholic cemetery|
Yes, I only have 2 extra shots. I was really in a rush because i still have to post process + print them right away. Here are the photos i used for my plate:
|"Standing Still" - Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish after the storm Ruby|