This week’s theme is shadow.

A shadow is a region of darkness where light is blocked.

This was taken in Our Lady of Manaoag, Pangasinan. I promised that I should pay a visit when I go home next. It was also my first time to go there. Since firsts matter to me a lot, I said I won’t leave the place without taking any photos. But after numbers of trying, it comes like this (see below). I don’t know if the light was just blocked; or my camera wasn’t good enough; or simply these statues do not want any photos taken. I’ll take the last one…. It always happens to me when I capture any religious statues. Either the roll gets wasted or it doesn’t get washed!

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  1. It also happened to me when I went to India. It was also my first time. I took all the statues’ photos and nothing good came out. That time I used a manual cam. It has an ATS feature, so I first asked to have the index printed out. Only those shots were came “black”, but the photos before and after turned out okay. Strange huh?


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