Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Beautiful mess

It's the habagat season and try as we may, to wait for a semblance of a glorious sunset, it wasn't meant to be. In the fading light and the imminence of a squall, the shore of Balaring in Silay, Negros Occidental, is a picture of a beautiful, blue mess.T here's truth to the fact that what we throw to the sea, the waves bring back to us -- a harvest or rather, a bountiful catch of trash swept to shore.

9 comments:

Ferdz said...

nice title! Parang album "Beautiful garbage" ng garbage. hehe I like the irony on this post

the donG said...

i observed the same thing when i was in capones. im really dismayed whenever i see beaches and areas where people just throw their waste everywhere.

"what we throw to the sea, the waves bring back to us". this is true.

HappyHelen said...

you made the mess look nice...hehehe. great photography. i enjoyed my visit.

arlene said...

GIGO at work.

On a sidenote: even the ugly side of things look beautiful when photographed by you.

lagal[og] said...

wulfriend! you're right, i think my inspirations are garbage's beautiful garbage and switchfoot's the beautiful letdown.

dom, the sea doesn't discriminate which side of the pacific or atlantic one is on. it just toss back what it is thrown.

thanks happyhelen. glad you enjoyed your visit.

thanks arlene. gigo is so true. maybe the ultrawide lens just made the mess a bit more palatable than it is.

Lawstude said...

wow oggie, lalo mo ko pinapahanga, kahit dumi napapaganda mo. great job.

lagal[og] said...

thanks oman :-) sa totoo lang, was frustrated during our shoot. parang wala akong makuhang magandang angulo. this is my last shot of that 2nd day in negros. glad you liked the mess :-D

The Islander said...

nice capture. the shore got a life even if garnished (garnished talaga eh) with thrashes.

lagal[og] said...

jp, nakuha sa wide angle hahaha. thanks for dropping by bro :-D

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