Weekly Photo Challenge: Fall

The Philippines has lots of breathtaking waterfalls. Most are hidden by forest vegetation and steep ravines; their roaring invitation often quickens heartbeats and brings the excitement up a notch. Moreover, they cast their mesmerizing charm on anyone who views their natural beauty. You just couldn’t stop yourself from exclaiming ahhh…awww…owww…ohhh… like the people who’s been to one of the seven waterfalls in…

Wordless Wednesday: Altocumulus undulatus clouds

To rain or not to rain?  I seemed to forgot what I learned about clouds from Earth Science in High School. Still, I just ended up admiring the ripple-like patterns covering the Tubod-sky while weeding some pots of cacti…

The white caterpillar

We (I, Kenji, and my dog Princess) went out for a late afternoon walk at the RCMS grounds last Saturday. When we passed by an Ylang-ylang tree, my inquisitive nephew spotted some caterpillar on the Santan shrub. Kenji suggested that I took photos on the little crawlers. They all looked the same to me so…

Scenes at the Panguil Bay

Stratocumulus clouds hover over Ozamiz City and on Mount Malindang … no need to worry on rain for somehow the Panguil Bay seems calm. I don’t know if some passengers of the barge ever bother to admire the beauty of this area… I do. Most people living in the coastal towns surrounding this bay don’t…

Jumper at the ‘King’s Dragon’

It was a cold morning when I saw little Jumper walking along the green leaves of the ‘King’s Dragon‘ orchid (Dendrobium x Cattleya ). I guess the blooming orchid hired this gray jumping spider as its new defender. In exchange for the orchid’s nectar, Jumper protects this hybrid plant by killing and eating the pests. For…