Dormant State


I just came from facilitating a team building workshop at the Emerald Playa Nature and Beach Park, and I’m happy that it went well for the staff of the corporation that hired me. Where I am, it’s the biggest that distributes Coca-Cola products.

There is a pressing call to rest; the body is tired, but the mind is still functioning at almost full speed. And denying to be torn between S.W.A.T. and Constantine, which I have seen countless times, I opted to provide with adequate attention my other passion that is recently in dormant state — photography.

Here it is.

Facebook and the Groups

The thing is I discovered (sadly, only today) that I now belong to 115 groups on Facebook, and I don’t know how that came about. I belong to some photography groups, but I don’t know what I’m doing in the rest of the others.

I’ve left some of the groups that I don’t know, and there is still a lot!

I hope the guys at Facebook would be able to find a solution to this. Like maybe come up with a button that would ask you first if you want to be a part of the group where you’re added. Right now, it’s automatic.

Some people are crazy; they create as many groups as they like — it’s a deluge! And some of the groups, if you check them out, are not about anything worth a person’s precious time.

The “LEAVE” button is not enough, I need something that would ask my permission first before I am added to any group.

Tropical Breeze @ Puerto Princesa Underground River

Somebody hired me middle of this month to take photos for her of the Puerto Princesa Underground River, the most popular tourism site in my city, for her Tropical Breeze Travel and Tours. I could not say no even if I was busy because she’s my friend, and I am addicted to the beauty of the place.

I’ve been to the PPUR countless times, and when it was held one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, I was naturally happy since that would mean more protection to the park where it is located at Sitio Sabang, Barangay Cabayugan.

Here are some photos I wish to share 🙂

The PPUR always has that relaxing effect to a tired mind…