Tag: photography

  • Which Three Concepts Does New York City’s Empire State Building Symbolize?

    Which Three Concepts Does New York City’s Empire State Building Symbolize?

    In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “TRIO.” Right after work on Friday, November 20th, I dropped by Macy’s Herald Square to pick up my online order. While waiting at the Pick Up Counter, I was surprised by “Ms. G! I know it’s you who ordered this.” It was Yvette, my former high school […]

  • Of Self-Love, Inner Peace

    Of Self-Love, Inner Peace

    In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Victory.” Self-love. That, I count as victory. It set me free from a haunting past. It tore the wall of countless hurts. It severed doubts from my beautiful heart. And so joy, inner peace just simply make the spirit radiate.~ Mayette Geraldino 

  • Of Women and Flowers

    Of Women and Flowers

    In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.” “I want to encourage women to embrace their own uniqueness. Because just like a rose is beautiful, so is a sunflower, so is a peony. I mean, all flowers are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women too.” ~ Miranda Kerr

  • Chance

    Chance

    In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Your Days are Numbered.” Chance by Marites Avisado-Responte We are racing against it Or following behind it Sometimes, our fingers barely touching it Or, our arms writhing against it Against the starlight, when moonlit is waxing and waning to welcome the daylight We are there, with bowed heads, […]

  • Where ‘home’ is the fascinating Dinagat Islands…

    Where ‘home’ is the fascinating Dinagat Islands…

    By Mayette Timblaco-Geraldino I have always been fascinated by Dinagat Islands. Dinagat fascinates me not only because I’m married to a ‘lumad’ Dinagatnon, but more so because of its mystique, breathtaking islets, white beaches, blue-green seas, beautiful sunsets, and friendly people. One of my husband’s fond childhood memories is his family’s fish pen or ‘bungsod’ in Tagbuyakhaw that teemed […]