Let’s get out of here! Tumblr has treated me well, but it’s time to move on to bigger and moreer content. My new blog is at http://www.chrisajohns.com/blog/, but feel much freer to play around all the other content that is in the midst of going up. It’s still a work in progress, but it’s coming along nicely. I’ll see you over there!
Bye TumblrBot, you totally weird me out.
Should be done in a couple weeks folks. Thanks for your patience, promise it’ll be worth it : )
So it’s recently come to my attention that I need to “dress nicer” in terms of my online presence : )
I’m creating a new website, which will also feature a blog, but have more content in terms of my projects and be a better platform for me to interact with my readers. I won’t be posting here much over the next couple weeks since it’s taking a good amount of time to get this other place made.
I’m back in Olongapo now hanging out for a bit before Lola and Auntie Vill leave for Europe. It’ll be a great time to get all these projects started that have been clogging my mind for a couple months now! Stay tuned and see you soon.
…turning out to be one of the most fruitful contacts I’ve made here so far! Can’t say what a pleasure knowing Lois Yasay is and how excited I am about potentially working with her a bit in the future.
Timelapse I took and compiled real quick from the place I’m staying in Makati.
Riding on the back of the jeepney to Sipalay for four hours that day. Very fun.
(Taken by Lary Reeves)
Our chum bucket. Unsuccessful today, though not surprising, since all the fishermen we talked to said we wouldn’t find any sharks. Great adventure though! The water was gorgeous and the coral was teeming with life. Haven’t seen too much like that, even in Hawaii!
Khorie looking at the crystal water and shear cliffs. Deep Water Soloing (rock climbing without ropes over water) potential anyone?
Lary and his family rented a jeepney today to go to Sipalay, with their intention of hanging out at the beach, and our intention of baiting small sharks. We bought a bunch of nasty unsellable fish parts from the market, and some laundry baskets, and took the beautiful drive to the beach. Sipalay is gorgeous.
A much better flying fox shot from Mambukal, with the 200mm L and 2x Extender. Light was great this morning.