My 2017 has been the most exhilarating, exciting, and challenging year when it comes to my love for outdoors. Naalala ko lang last year during the end of 2016 I promised myself to have an active lifestyle, and so I did. I can say that I really lived my life to the fullest. My journey to the mountains was really never that easy but I enjoyed it all of the time. My first 9/9 climb in Mt. Halcon, that knee wrenching experience, my most beautiful summit photo, that will never be forgotten. Followed by G2 climb, this time it was not planned, but what can I say? G2 tested my ability to conquer my fear of heights indeed! And then I was told I should try Mayon.. And when Daragang Magayon knocked on my door, who am i to turn her down? I must say that Mt. Mayon experience is really engraved upon my heart. Although I must say, that every moment was just unforgettable in every special ways.
I think my mountain climbing career (if i have one that is) has come to an end. 2018 will be for new priorities, setting new goals, the bolder ones. Natatandaan ko pa nga sa movie na napanood ko sabi nung bidang lalaki, “Hindi naman pwede laging living in the moment lang” that really left a mark in my brains and punched my heart, and i found myself contemplating about it, may point naman talaga. To my new found friends, on and off the trails, maybe our paths will cross again, and I’m looking forward to that moment. And I’m sure I will be more than happy to meet you all again!
To the mountains that taught me a lot of things, I’m sure we’ll meet again. But for now from the Philippines highest, Adios Amigos! Daghang salamat kaayo! 🤘🏻
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#painting the traditional Samoan textile patterns called #siapo or tapa for part of the permanent outdoor installation. Test photo arrangements, canvas print sample, workshop rubrics, and installation site mock ups get their back. #Generations in the #studio
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