Thoughts Galing sa Dodo ng Cow

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It was a sunny day at Mt. Marami. When we reached the camp site, I tried to find a shelter from the sun, but all I could find was this withered tree. #old #withered #dry #tree #branches #leaves #sky #vsco #vscocam

It was a sunny day at Mt. Marami. When we reached the camp site, I tried to find a shelter from the sun, but all I could find was this withered tree. #old #withered #dry #tree #branches #leaves #sky #vsco #vscocam

… brings them all to the Yard…stick Coffee. Damn right, it’s better than yours.  (at Yardstick)

… brings them all to the Yard…stick Coffee. Damn right, it’s better than yours. (at Yardstick)

Explored 3 mountains in one climbing event and gained new friends from our newest batch of SMCnoys! San Jose Circuit breakers rules! #smcnoys #mountaineers #friends #fun #mountains (at San Jose, Tarlac)

Explored 3 mountains in one climbing event and gained new friends from our newest batch of SMCnoys! San Jose Circuit breakers rules! #smcnoys #mountaineers #friends #fun #mountains (at San Jose, Tarlac)

After our descent from Mt. Marami, we went to a house nearby to wash up. It always feels great taking a bath after a hours of trekking on a hot sunny day. After a quick bath, I took some time to rest, enjoy the feeling of being squeaky clean while checking out the neighborhood. 
It was a quiet Sunday afternoon, and I noticed this little boy, the son of the owner of the house where we were washing up. Aljur seemed bored riding his bike, plus it was really hot outside, so he went under a shade, flipped his bike over and cranked its pedal which made the rear wheel spin. 
As he was spinning the wheel fast, I found myself amazed and smiling as I remember myself doing the same thing as a child. But what amazed me the most was knowing that some kids still actually do this even in this age when games are mostly digital. Enjoyment, old-school style!
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#child #boy #bike #bicycle #play #fun #sunny #afternoon #travel #travelgram  (at Maragondon, Cavite)

After our descent from Mt. Marami, we went to a house nearby to wash up. It always feels great taking a bath after a hours of trekking on a hot sunny day. After a quick bath, I took some time to rest, enjoy the feeling of being squeaky clean while checking out the neighborhood.
It was a quiet Sunday afternoon, and I noticed this little boy, the son of the owner of the house where we were washing up. Aljur seemed bored riding his bike, plus it was really hot outside, so he went under a shade, flipped his bike over and cranked its pedal which made the rear wheel spin.
As he was spinning the wheel fast, I found myself amazed and smiling as I remember myself doing the same thing as a child. But what amazed me the most was knowing that some kids still actually do this even in this age when games are mostly digital. Enjoyment, old-school style!
dodongcow.blogspot.com
#child #boy #bike #bicycle #play #fun #sunny #afternoon #travel #travelgram (at Maragondon, Cavite)

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Stepping into the Lives of Others with @rayyiuradzi

To see more photos and videos from Rayyiu Radzi’s travels, follow @rayyiuradzi on Instagram.

"I capture people and tell their stories," says Rayyiu Radzi (@rayyiuradzi), a 25-year-old photojournalist from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His striking high-contrast photos are often candid portraits of strangers he’s stopped on the street. “In the work I do, the people who allow me into their lives is what makes the photograph.”

Rayyiu is currently Instagramming from Bangladesh where he says he’s “documenting the human condition and culture,” but his work has also taken him throughout Asia and the Middle East. While he’s traveled extensively, the place that has left the greatest impression on him was Rajasthan, India. “I’ve been there twice,” says Rayyiu, “Amazing light, good food, vivid buildings, overly-friendly people.” He’ll make a third trip in March to document the city’s Holi Festival.

For travelers that want to engage with locals through photography, Rayyiu offers these tips: “Knowing at least a small amount of the local language is important when attempting to shoot a portrait. And don’t be a tourist. Plan less. Go slowly.”