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superb images, will check your site on regular basis.
Hello. I am Christianne F. Vitug, an SPUM alumna (Education, batch 2000). Today, I found Mrs. Carey here in your site, been looking for her in various networking sites (in vain though). Then Google picked up your site containing some of her pictures (with Sister Natividad too!).
With this discovery, I do seek your permission that I post the said picture in my Facebook profile. I am thinking of collecting pictures of people who have greatly influenced me - both as a teacher and as a person. And thank God, I found your fantastic gallery!
I look forward to your positive response on this matter. More power to you! :)
Thank you for explaining to me the meaning of the word "Carinosa". I heard that word from my dad telling my mom although she's an american and not a pinay but after 51 yrs of being married to my dad.....parang true pinay na rin siya. She even eat adobo. BTW - I think that I saw your picture in your gallery. Your face is a symbol of a true and a beautiful filipina. :-)
nice seeing your fotoshots....
happy new year
I love all your work. "Carinoza" is that means "malambing" in tagalog? if it is........that is a pretty name. I understand a bit of tagalog cause my dad is a pinoy.
mam tenx po sa photo.....
good work, galing!!!!
nice work,its so wonderfull collection in our faded history.keep the best work in the future.
I love your collection. You have a great eye on things and a great sense of adventure.
Ate Irene, we are very proud to have you as part of the Commission on Social Communications - National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, Valenzuela City, Philippines.
To Dieter (from Switzerland):
Kindly refer to your provided email address for details regarding your request. Thanx for visiting my website.
Mmmm ... in that case he (?!!) seems to be one good-looking p're then, m're! :-p
me too....pre ang pogie mo...
The month of May and June seems to be my busiest. Half the gallery has now been posted. Thanx for the continued support! :-)
I like the Independence Day 2007 coverage. So when is ID 2008 going online?
Ron S. Bernardo
love your work and candidness! Truly "Pinas" is photo heaven and I want to visit again sometime. I include you to my favorite list, thanks for sharing!
You have so beautifuly photos in yours portfolio...Excellent my friend...Greetings from Montenegro, old/new country in Europa...I will come back with pleasure...
Very well-composed photos,especially the European shots. The best ones, though, are kinda morbid--at best surreal.
The gallery name is "EUROPE 2005" and yes - the trip itself - aside from the 2 weeks initially spent around Germany for the 20th "World Youth Day" celebrations - took another two weeks! Can you believe that? We spent our time wisely, eh. Juniski left after Paris, but I extended on to more countries and cities.
In fact, I should have been in Venice for the first day of the Venice Film Festival (where the premiere of "Brokeback Mountain" was shown), but the one who had the EuroRail pre-paid group ticket went ahead and didn't wait for me despite the fact that nauna pa kaming mga kasama ko sa train station. But it's ok, the rest of the group went to "Mini Europe" in Milan instead (see "Milan" gallery). The joke with those who left us is that sila Venice lang ang nakita - kami buong Europa! Ha ha!
Hi ya coz!
No worries. It takes a couple days naman to have it delivered.
I checked the pictures you posted. Galing galing! Was the shots from the different European countries all taken from a single trip? Or just a collection of different
trips you took?
Anyways, you guys look great!
THANKS 4 SHARING
Howdy BFB! It's fantastic to see you here! Hope to see some images of you pretty soon!