Boats ferrying people across the Pasig River with the Guadalupe Bridge in the background14-Jan, 2016. Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
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Photography Tip #9: Find an unusual angle to differentiate your photo
Some slots still remaining for my Jan. 10 cellphone photography workshop. Please click on the link for more info.
Saw an old friend from the ‘hood yesterday who recommended these natural massage oils. Since I have “home-service” massage once a week, I gave it a try.
It’s all organic so no worries that chemicals, carcinogenic or otherwise will harm your body. The Massage Oil I bought had Virgin Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Pepermint and Orange oils, with the soothing aroma of lavender.
Very reasonably priced at P115 for a 50ml bottle.
The masseur liked that it kept its oily consistency so he didn’t have to keep adding on oil as it dried. I like that it was absorbed by my skin so it didn’t feel greasy afterwards.
Then there’s the Massage Rub Cream with peppermint and ginger, which is a natural liniment that heats up the body. Ideal for “hilot“‘or massage that relieves muscle pain or stiffness.
For my backpain, my masseur mixed the Giga Oil with the Rub Cream. It worked wonders on healing my aching muscles. Maginhawa talaga!
Available at the Giga kiosk in Glorietta near McCafe. Also in several SM malls.
Photography Tip #3. Shoot ng shoot! As Henri Cartier-Bresson put it, your first 10,000 shots are your worst. That’s another way of saying “Practice makes perfect.”
Interesting that my most popular shots in 2015 are all cellphone shots. No excuse now not to practice as you always have your cellphone with you.
May 2016 be the best ever for y’all!