A livable light!

In a recent photo walk outside the Bacolod Central Market I was able to photograph the scene in a low lighted situation using my primitive Canon 350D and until now I am happy with the results…

Camera settings: F4 ISO 400 S – 1/80 secs.

A sweet street discovery – honey lemon on stick!

I was waiting for the dismissal of classes of my daughter at ETCS III this morning and happen to notice an area where students get their snacks at the sidewalks of the school…

and here it goes – students started to swarm over this vendor…

and the coins started to pour in for this sweet treat…

more and more students came to buy the honey lemon on the stick – P1 peso fun and sugar shock…

the sweet and gooey honey lemon is indeed a sure hit for kids…

and the students keeps on coming for this sweet street treat…Have a sweet day everyone!

[Images taken November 8, 2011 in a photo walk of myshutterlife]

How the people in Bacolod remember the dead [Undas 2011]

30 Photos on 3 locations Рmy way of  illustrating how the people of Bacolod City remembers the dead on November 1, 2011.

Libertad Market

The Bacolod Public Plaza

Burgos Public Cemetery

[Images taken October 31, 2011]

Majica MassKara continues to attract people at the New Government Center

The Dreamer Floating Carousel continues to draw crowd at the New Government Center.   The newest addition to the recently concluded MassKara Festival are 3D sculptured boats floating at the fountain area of the NGC.

MassKara Festival 2011!

The world renowned MassKara Festival 2011 opened yesterday at the Bacolod Public Plaza – The nerve center of the festivity and was witnessed by the people who joined the City Officials in the countdown and watched the fireworks display.

Hundreds gathered at the Plaza…

The Bacolod Band Stand was lighted up with vivid colors…
People from all walks of life came to celebrate the good life…
Welcome to Bacolod City! Home of the MassKara Festival!