That night when we left Namillangan, it was mildly raining. We hopped in the old jeepney my uncle Constancio owned. We had to sit inside, with 4 available seats, no cushion, but it was ok, and I’m not complaining. My sister Queena came along, cousin Margaret, and uncle Paul who was our driver. Gal was in the passenger seat.
We stopped in Oscariz, where we waited for a bus heading to Manila. After a couple of minutes we saw the headlights of an approaching bus, and we’re glad it was bound for Manila.
We arrived in Manila at 6:30am, and I reported directly to work. I managed to stay awake the whole day. Awake but not alert.
Here are some pictures I took in Ifugao.
Even the kids like these.
What can you see.
And here’s Gal, with his teasing look.
Have a blessed Thursday!
4 thoughts on “Leaving Ifugao”
Goodness, your pictures are beautiful! I’m just sitting here drinking my coffee….and how enjoyable! WOW! 🙂
Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog. I really appreciate your comment on that picture, because for some reason…I was not happy with my edit, and couldn’t make it work for the life of me! But I got some other sweet comments, so I decided to leave it on there. Thank you so much! I don’t write down my editing steps, and I did SO many variations of that picture, I can’t quite remember. But it was probably one of Isabelle LaFrance’s actions. I think for the sky I used “everyday vintage” to give it a little orange color, and maybe another from her Soulful Inspire collection. They are all free, and if you like actions, you should really check them out. They’re wonderful!! I wish I could tell you more specifically, but I kept messing with that picture over and over, and just felt it wasn’t quite right. I’m glad you liked it!
Have a great Thursday! 🙂
Thanks Karli, I’m a bit like you, sometimes I don’t keep track of my editing. haha.
I just hope I’ll own a dslr someday..♥
i see a reindeer watching men in a quagmire. frantically holding on to whatever is left. great shots 🙂
Thank you. Imagination is powerful. ♥