Walking on Sunshine
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Drive By Shots
On the Way to Work and Back
There are moments we wanted to encase and would love seeing from time to time, even years from when the pictures were taken. I guess this is the reason for Memento. I wanted to take snapshots whether I was underwater, or near water, above mountains, or climbing one.
So I took snapshots even while driving or momentarily stopped in traffic. Sometimes I take 2-3 shots wanting to surprise myself of what I can produce. Most are blurred, most are not even "share-able", but one thing they all produced - a snapshot of a moment.
Here are 5 moments I wanted to share:
1. Saw this couple sharing a moment along Coastal Highway on my way home. I thought it was early to be home just after sunset. I wanted to stop to view the sunset with them. Suddenly they kissed as I was about to snap. I didn't capture the lovely scene. I didn't want to be a distraction. I moved on.
2. I mentioned that the Bicutan interchange has been traffic-free lately. This is the reason. One claim said that it was the longest walkbridge made of metal in the whole world. I wanted to check if it was longer than the Brooklyn Bridge. But that one wasn't colored pink :)
3. The walkbridge continues even under the skyway (see that heavy dark band on the image). So if you're a 7-footer which is highly unlikely in the Philippines, you will have to duck or crawl to use the footbridge. The boy in the bike under the metal bridge was caught by the police a few seconds after this image was snapped. Yes, "may pulis, may pulis sa ilalim ng tulay", a childhood song says.
4. The walkbridge continues...and I'm continually moving and snapping :)
5. End of day - back to Coastal Road or Aguinaldo Highway.
Shots would've been clearer. But it was either I wanted to arrive home by 6:30 running at 65 mph or be in traffic.
The latter may not happen that much lately.
Good for all of us. More captured moments.