Matt’s first plane ride was our trip to Bohol. Here, he was really excited and kept looking at the other planes from the window, waiting for the flight.
Since it was a small plane and the ride doesn’t take long, it was a smooth one.
At Night, Loboc River, Bohol.
I really have a lot of backlogs…saw this one in the drafts and I wondered why I missed publishing this post, one with this lovely photo of one of Bohol’s famous rivers, Loboc’s shores at night. The windows and passageways illuminated with green and yellow lights was a sight to behold. We cruised here during our trip to Bohol, if I remember correctly, that was the second night…we then headed to one of the floating restaurants and had dinner there.
Buffet at one of Loboc's Floating Restaurants.
Can’t remember now what the food served were, but there surely was a whole roasted pig (lechon) and other Filipino dishes that made us really full. Burp! Despite being the only child with us, Matt was so behaved and cooperative, we both enjoyed the trip. We were, as we say “sabit” for this trip since hubby was invited and we tagged along as he requested anyway. Given the chance, we’d surely love to visit Bohol again, stay at Peacock Gardens and have a sumptuous dinner at a floating restaurant…
When doing shoots, hubby would often feature windows and doors, not necessarily those of a house but those readily available on location. These are two of the many shots featuring windows or doors (almost) during my older brother’s pre-nuptial shoot.
One from the album.
This is one of the photos in my older brother and sister-in-law’s wedding album. Hubby was the photographer then and as usual I tagged along not just for the photography but as one of the bible readers…sister of the groom and guest…hihi.
Weddings is one of the many events he covers and I always have fun every time I would come along. There’s always a fun, nostalgic feeling within a ceremony, the reception and even at that point when the bride walks down the aisle.