Posting the last photos for My Summer in a Roll

On days when I overslept and missed work, i’m usually at home doing nothing. This was probably my last opportunity to bum around so I took advantage of every moment, savored it while I can. Haha! (Also I didn’t have enough money to go out)

  • First photo: trying out my new sneakers
  • Second: We got into interior design all of a sudden so we decided to decorate our dining room with hues of browns—my favorite color!
  • Third: Just wasting a frame
  • Fourth: Photographed my sister’s back
  • Fifth: Wasting another frame
  • Sixth: New blue wallpaper + my sprocket rocket that I haven’t used for a long time

So there, that’s the end of my summer in a roll! I honestly suck at blogging, I can’t keep up with what I started. I don’t think i’m going to start a new personal project for a while, lol. But for the new followers, thank you for following me!! Let’s be friends!

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My Summer in a Roll - Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Going to a different place during summer is great, but going to two or more different places in one summer is the dream! This trip was spent mostly on snorkeling and a lot of swimming (and a lot more of eating). Too bad we weren’t able to tour the place much, but I got reeeeally tan and I loved it so much I might stay in this color for a while! (Not to brag really, but sometimes I don’t get why being white is the standard beauty here in the Philippines when brown skin is super beautiful!)

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My Summer in a Roll - Hello Daddy
My parents are legally separated, and both of them live outside the country (it’s complicated). Ever since my mom left, there has been an empty room in the house. Whenever my dad comes home, he uses this room. When my mom comes home, probably she will use this room too. It’s funny how ideally, they still get to share rooms despite being separated.
The whole of summer was my dad’s share of the bed.
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My Summer in a Roll - Hello Daddy

My parents are legally separated, and both of them live outside the country (it’s complicated). Ever since my mom left, there has been an empty room in the house. Whenever my dad comes home, he uses this room. When my mom comes home, probably she will use this room too. It’s funny how ideally, they still get to share rooms despite being separated.

The whole of summer was my dad’s share of the bed.

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My Summer in a Roll - Internship

On days when I’m not on vacation, I am at work. It was advertising that I wanted to be in initially, but for some reason I ended up in production—which I really loathed. I hate that it takes so long to finish, and you’re stuck at one location until the actors get the scenes perfect (which takes hours). I hate how it starts at 5:30am and ends at 4am the next day. Other people might find it cool but not me! Although I was lucky enough to have kind and fun bosses. I got to experience using a real clapper, and I got to witness shooting in real green screen (chroma)!

P.S. The photos above are the studio set for a children’s show.

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I am a fan of negative space. (My Summer in a Roll)
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I am a fan of negative space. (My Summer in a Roll)

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My Summer in a Roll - Seoul Tripping

Last summer (second week of May to be exact), my high school friends, their college friends, my sister and I—all 9 of us had a trip to South Korea! I know it sounded like we have a buttload of savings or like we are spoiled brats who ask money from our parents whenever we want to (lol) but this was actually a budget trip (although it left me broke). Anyway, Korea was such a real beauty; everywhere you look is scenic! I love how unexpectedly kind and friendly the people were to us. We even made friends with some ahjummas and oppas, even the random kids. I regret not being able to capture the highlights of our trip on film (i.e. ziplining in Nami Island, roaming the streets of Seoul at 4am with a cold temperature of 12 degrees, almost left by the plane, got lost and walked for an hour, chicken and beer by the Han River, etc.) probably because I was having too much fun—or too much patbingsu—I got too preoccupied to take pictures. One thing is for sure though, we’re definitely coming back soon!

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Hola! I’ve been meaning to do a personal project ever since March wherein I’d only use up a roll for one particular season of my life, and this is it, i’ve used up one whole roll! Yaaaay. I decided to use it up on my last (hopefully) summer vacation as a student, though it just took me a little longer to have this roll developed. I’ll be posting the pictures once I get the chance to sit down and properly blog but for the meantime, here’s a snippet of my summer vacation so far, if you’re interested. Haha! That’s King Sejong right over there, if you know him. And if you don’t, that’s means I went to South Korea last May! Yay (hoots at myself).
P.S. I’ve noticed many people are following me these days despite being (slightly) inactive. Don’t worry! I’ll try to make this blog a breathing space for me—that means more posts and less inactivity! So to the new followers, thank you so much for following! I’ll try to check blogs once I have time. :)
P.P.S. I felt the need to introduce myself so…hi! I’m Agnes (some people call me Nessie, hence the username) a fourth year Communication Arts student in UST. I shoot film (most of the times).

Hola! I’ve been meaning to do a personal project ever since March wherein I’d only use up a roll for one particular season of my life, and this is it, i’ve used up one whole roll! Yaaaay. I decided to use it up on my last (hopefully) summer vacation as a student, though it just took me a little longer to have this roll developed. I’ll be posting the pictures once I get the chance to sit down and properly blog but for the meantime, here’s a snippet of my summer vacation so far, if you’re interested. Haha! That’s King Sejong right over there, if you know him. And if you don’t, that’s means I went to South Korea last May! Yay (hoots at myself).

P.S. I’ve noticed many people are following me these days despite being (slightly) inactive. Don’t worry! I’ll try to make this blog a breathing space for me—that means more posts and less inactivity! So to the new followers, thank you so much for following! I’ll try to check blogs once I have time. :)

P.P.S. I felt the need to introduce myself so…hi! I’m Agnes (some people call me Nessie, hence the username) a fourth year Communication Arts student in UST. I shoot film (most of the times).

Crystal clear water at high tide and desert-like shore during low tide

Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Inspiration, come to me

Inspiration, come to me

How do you love something again that you have lost interest in?

How do you love something again that you have lost interest in?