We had another “art attack” today! Bono and I saw a step by step drawing show on tv and quickly made our own version. I was amazed as him by our new creation (I really can’t draw!) by the way, it’s called the Squiggly Town!
My 6-year old nephew Bono asked me to teach him about photography. One of our first lessons is about light. We were inside my parents’ room and I set up the tripod while I talked about the parts of the camera. Glad to know he’s really interested. 🙂
When I turned off the light to show him something, he scrammed and tried to turn it on again out of fear. I told him there’s nothing to be afraid of when you’re in the dark. I wanted to illustrate my point through a long exposure. Here’s a photo of him (above) holding a mobile phone to keep him company in the dark. He wasn’t that scared anymore. 🙂
Here’s a second shot with a longer exposure. He was amazed but didn’t want a second try. Maybe next time 🙂
Had a blast tonight with my cosmic twin aka “sayamit” (our term of endearment for “siamese twin”) RHEENA!
So much for ska+reggae+punk dancing, art and stop motion trippings. We’ve been best friends since elementary days and were separated for four years during highschool so even if we’re now in our late 20s, we always make it a point we catch up on those “youthful days” whenever we meet! 😉
This could be one of those “food porn” shots, but the memory attached to some photos like this will always make it special.
Look at that smile. He’s slowly turning into a little boy! And he isn’t even one yet! 😀 Turning 8 months in two days.