So before I count thousands of sheep in my head I came across The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge. This week’s photo challenge: EARTH and this instantly woke up my brainwaves.

Ever since I watched the Disney adaptation of Pocahontas and the movie Ferngully The Last Rainforest, I learned that our beloved Earth indeed speaks to us through the rocks, clouds, river, and other materials that lie around us, sprouting from the navel of our Mother Earth. Well this might sound too melodramatic or too “hippy” but since I found out all about these I became more sensitive to the pain and happiness of Earth. I was able to appreciate more the beauty and the majestic sights Earth has given and continues to give.

Do you remember or have you heard the lyrics of Colours of the Wind, it was the official movie theme song of Disney’s Pocahontas? Well if not, there is a line there that basically sums up what I think we all should always keep in mind, “But I know every rock and tree and creature has a life, has a spirit, has a name,” If we all think that every thing around us has life, can understand us then maybe, just maybe our minute conscience inside our brain will learn to respect and care for OUR EARTH.

As a tribute to this fantastic planet we live in, here are some photos that I took during my travels in the Philippines and other countries:


IMG_2959IMG_2966IMG_2969IMG_2980IMG_2981IMG_2982IMG_2983IMG_2984IMG_2990IMG_2992IMG_2996IMG_2997IMG_2999IMG_3002IMG_3005IMG_2370IMG_2344PS: If you are interested to borrow some of the photos, please feel free to send me a message. Salamat!

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5 thoughts on “Anima

  1. Those photographs are beautiful, so much life and colour. I randomly started humming colours if the wind a month ago and then Melissa McCarthy sang it on Jimmy Kimmel and now this blog post! It’s everywhere right meow! That song is awesome tho, it’s an awesome conversation about connectivity to nature and the ignorance we all have towards it and each other.

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    • Thank you! As much as possibe in every photos I take I see to it that the subject’s natural colors will shine through! And well I also love taking photos of nature because ofnits diversity. 😊


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