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February, let’s go away…

Let’s go away.
Anawangin, Zambales.
Jonver David, 2010.

 

It’s February already, before we know it, it’s March tomorrow. I actually planned to post this yesterday, just right before January ends and the Month of Love kicks in. It’s just the second month of the year, and I feel like it’s ending already. Everything’s so tedious. Everything so trying and tiring. Everything seems far though just a stretch of a hand near.

Maybe it’s time though. Maybe it’s time to go away, start again. Go away, forget everything. Go away, and stay. Go away, and maybe never come back. Go away.

Go away.
I just want to go away.

P.S. Pardon the rant-ish post. Stressed with graduation, board, and all those adult stuff that comes after. Plus the in-betweens that make all these a little more complicated than it should be.

P.P.S. How about you though? What do you feel about February?

Anawangin Shoot

I ditched a couple of important things for a friend. I can’t say no! First, it was for a friend, and second it was Anawangin. I’ve been planning all-year round to go here and finally I had!

SCTEX, 6 a.m.

Obligatory Caffeine

If thsi greets you in the morning, and does not make you feel good, I don't know what.

All set!

Well, as I said, it was for a friend. She has this fashion shoot project in CSB. The concept was High Fashion x Nature. Like Island x Couture. The clothes are of FDM student Jerry Evangelio, shots (official ones) by Alecks Mutuc and Marion Kitazawa, modelling by Haydee Garcia (who looks like Marian Rivera), part-styling, part-direction, and full-force production assistance by yours truly, Jonver David :P

Secluded. Network signal just forbade us.

Styling the very beautiful Haydee.

At some point, it looks like Baguio there!

Natural!

Alecks

Marion. And the magic make-up kit.

"Gimme FIERCE." - Marion, Alecks.

We had other photos, but they were with the photographers! Watch out for them fierce pictures :)

We didn’t stay at the island, though we would love to. We weren’t ready so we practically had no choice. Anawangin deserves a second visit though. I’ll bring tent, charcoal, grillables, and flip-flops. The next time around, I hope.

Yes, I forgot my flops.

Definitely will be going back! Photo by Marion

Hey I had some few keepers —

The almost-silhouette of the banca against the sun is perfect!

Doomsday-looking sunset.

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