Have you had one of those Sunday morning where you wake-up without having a vivid memory of what happened the night before?
Over-due shoot with Darlene Bayani. We've been planning to have a fashion shoot even before I left for UK and now that I'm back, I really saved a date for her. I had this sudden urge to do something that has to do with pale colors and such. Perhaps it was God's grace that she was thinking of the same thing. For nights we've imagined how the shoot will be. She wanted it to have that morning-after look and so we agreed to do something a bit laid-back. :)
Inspired by her red lipstick, Keisha invited me for an impromptu photo shoot. Actually, there's a cute little story behind the red lipstick thinggy, but it's not for me to tell. :P
It has been a month since I got home from Cambridge. I really, really miss my mom now - and her cooking.
I can't believe that I forgot about this. Westminster Abbey is one of the many historical landmarks in London. The abbey served as a coronation church and final resting place for most of the royalties (specifically, 17 monarchs). It was sort of freaky walking inside knowing that people are buried beneath the marble floor or on the walls and such. It's like a museum of the dead - no offense meant. But other than it being a tomb of historically significant people, the church houses priceless paintings, sculptures, textiles and other artifacts. I was easily amazed with it, physically. I love old and historical buildings. The moment I stepped inside, I couldn't help myself but imagine how the place looked like centuries ago. From being a sacred shelter to what it is now. I think there's a big difference but I'm very thankful that they've preserved almost every bit of it for the younger generations - mine included - to see.