Couples {M & C}

I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look or the words, which laid the foundation.
It is too long ago.
I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.” 
― Jane Austen 

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Living in a foreign country for the better part of the year can be  daunting and lonely. My first months in CQ  were spent indoors.  Although I love staying at home, there comes a point when it becomes stale and you crave for human interaction once again. 

This is why JP and I are so blessed to find a group of like-minded people who come  from where we come from, speak the same language, and love the same things we do. M and C hold a special place in my heart because they were the ones who basically taught me the ropes about living in this big and beautiful city, from how and where to buy a SIM card to where to go for a haircut and everything in between. Honestly,  we enjoy living in this city so much because of them and the family that they welcomed us into. And for that, I will forever be grateful. 

We've been talking about shooting around CQ because the city is just so beautiful not to be captured in photos, M thought they were overdue for photos that they could frame, and because I also wanted to keep my photography skills fresh and rust-free. So, on a rainy CQ day, we finally did it! After a year or two of not picking my camera up for anyone but JP,  it felt so good to be clicking away again. And our location, which is literally their community and the nearby Jinshan Park, did not disappoint in providing for the most inviting nooks and crannies for photographs.


A few frames from that day.


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1 comments:

Sheena said...

Ang ganda! I'm so inlove with your shots. 😍

 

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