35mm Philippines: April 1st – April 6th 2017
As stifling as the pollution, heat, and humidity are in Manila, I enjoy walking the city’s streets. There’s busyness beyond the likes of my day to day life, and a vibrance, helped by the tropical sun, that is stragenly invigorating, whether it was the local market around the corner from my tita’s, to the streets in the centre of Makati.
My Olympus XA2 is one camera I like to have on me at all times when traveling. It’s small, fast, and inconspicuous, with a sharp 35mm Zuiko lens. It’s my preferred tool for street photography, and for taking general snapshots on the fly. I particularly enjoyed taking tricycles, so I could see more of the area and snap photos out the door.
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35mm Philippines: Views of Manila Bay
All images © W.Austin (willfillstime)
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35mm Philippines: Views of Venice Grand Canal MallFirst of the roll. First of the trip. Olympus OM-40 + Kodak Ektar 100Olympus OM-40 + Kodak Ektar 100Jen. Olympus OM-40 + Kodak Ektar 100I remember seeing these two have a small crash not long after I took this. Less of a crash, more of a tiny bump, really, but amusing nonetheless 😀 Olympus XA2 + Fuji Superia 100 (expired)
“The mall itself is definitely novel, but you can’t shake the feeling that it’s a glorified swimming pool surrounded by a shopping centre more reminiscent of Macau (The Venetian Macau casino, specifically) than Venice.”
Read the full account of my trip in The Travelogue.