Category Archives: Nature

Organic Calamansi

Freshly picked from the backyard.  I’ve made a refreshing calamansi juice.

Freshly picked mangoes

Look what we have here! A good neighbor volunteered to take these bunch from our mango tree in exchange for some mangoes for himself. We have this Indian mangoes planted in 2009 and now it’s giving us this much mangoes this year.

Bloom

The only plant I have is carrying this bloom. What a sight to behold. 🙂

Photoshoot model

Hubby was a photo shoot model for a day. Thanks to our daughter for her convincing power. Haha. Hubby was just accompanying our daughter for a photo shoot assignment at the La Mesa Eco Park last year. N decided that she needs a model and there’s no willing person to do that other than her Dad. Hubby…

The Giant White Cross of Bataan

Sharing another photo of an old photographer friend, Ver Noveno, from his FB page Ver Noveno Images. Thanks for this. Mount Samat is a historic mountain located in Pilár, Bataan. Near its summit is this giant white cross called the Mount Samat National Shrine which is dedicated to the fallen Filipino and American soldiers who…

Recyclable paper bag

This paper bag contains pandesal (pan de sal or salt bread), our favorite breakfast and snack food at home. The label says it is made from food grade virgin kraft (brown paper) from 100 percent plantation forest. Technically, it is still clean to use as paper towel to absorb excess oil and grease. One can…

Hanging roots

This mystical looking roots of a (Banyan?) tree was found at the entrance of the Oceanarium of the Manila Ocean Park. We were at the theme park last month. The photo belongs to mystationarylife.com.