I had plans to go to the 33rd Manila International Book Fair at the SM Mall of Asia that Saturday, as well as stroll through a few camera stores in the area. On Sunday, the last day of the book fair, it was still raining.
Anyway, to somehow bring a little glow over the sucky weather, here are a few film photos of our stay last August in Dahican Beach in Mati, Davao Oriental. It's almost been a month but I still haven't forgotten how beautiful the beach is--fine sand and crystal-clear waters.
Camera: Superheadz Usagi Camel Wide-angle film camera
Film: Fuji Sensia 200, cross-processed
A small fisherfolk community.
The beach is perfect for surfing and skimboarding.
Sunrise at the Pacific.
Waiting for the waves.
A friend prepares her surfboard. Camera bugs document.
Took a dip, lounged by the shore.
I'm a water babe; unfortunately I can't stay in seawater for a long period--I get some sort of skin allergy. My neck and face start to redden up and itch horribly. When this happens I take myself out of the water, rinse up with fresh/tap water, wait a few minutes for the itch and redness to go away, and then back to the water I go. Haha.
Shots from my Snapsights underwater film camera:
Okay, I think that's enough warmth and sun (and feet) for now. I hope the rest of the month's weekends have better weather. Lots of stuff happening in the coming weeks. :)
Hoping to see you again soon, beach! (In another part of the country, perhaps.)