With vast green areas in Bukidnon, every scenery are simply beautiful. Just like this playing field in Manolo Fortich, green grass, blue sky, fluffy clouds it's so glorious. This how beautiful the weather was in Central Mindanao last November 1, 2012 during our trip to Bukidnon.
This soccer field is located at the back of Binalot Restuarant at Manolo Fortich, the place where we usually stop over for lunch, whenever we travel to Bukidnon.
I spotted these potted orchids for sale at Robinsons in Lim Ket Kai Mall. I wanted to grow orchids and hopefully to multiply them and will soon have an orchid garden our own home, in our own front yard.
I was attracted with the different varieties of dendrobium orchids displayed, with sudden impulse I chose and bought two of them at P195.00 each.
Of course, I chose those that have seedlings with them.
With all the colors available, I picked up these colors;
and this tiger-liked dendro
Soon I'll get the other colors too, but before that I have to observe first how these orchids will bloom in my hands.
This is how sunset looks like beyond the coconut trees and mountains of Bukidnon, taken in front of my inlaws home at Cabanglasan Bukidnon.
Orange sky, just a perfect sunset on a perfect weather. I'm glad I was able to snap this scene the moment we arrived at Cabanglasan because the following day the sun was covered with dark skies and pouring rain.
Special moments like birthday celebrations, weddings, anniversaries, travels and even everyday activities of our life particularly the growing stages
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This red hibiscus plant had been on my in-laws front yard for many years already. I've seen her years back when we visited hubby's hometown at Cabanglasan, Bukidnon, Philippines. I should have photographed her then, but unfortunately I don't own a DSLR that time, and using a point and shoot camera to take her photo had never came into my mind.
Two years ago, I was able to take her photo using my Canon 1000D camera on her very early stage. A bud that is so beautiful, fresh and waiting to bloom on her own. You can check it here.
Last Friday, we spent our long holiday at my in-laws place. As always these pretty plant never fails to give us beautiful blooms.
I photographed her after the rain this time using a Canon 60D DSLR, but looks like the rain drops were taken in by the petals. You have to look at it carefully for you to see the water.
I met this little fellow at my in-laws place in Bukidnon, with the surrounding rice fields and sugarcane fields you'll really get to see many insects around. And I happened to spot this tiny beetle while photographing weeds and flowers in the area.
I wonder if this is a ladybug? Accordingly ladybugs have spots on their backs, but thus that color black on this little fellow's back looks like a spot or a strip? What do you think?