Brewed Thoughts: Project 365: Grub & a few interesting stuff

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Project 365: Grub & a few interesting stuff

So far, so good. Taking photos on a daily basis is slowly getting in my daily routine. I should keep this up. :)

This week's Project 365 is pretty interesting. I took a lot of food photos (don't expect anything decent as I have to live with my cellphone camera) and have been to 2 different places in Manila. You know, maybe taking pics with my cellphone ain't that bad. It's inconspicuous, though the only bad side is that it takes crappy photos under bad lighting. 

Anyway, let's get on with the show!

Jan 10: Dad brought this home from Cagayan de Oro. I had to send him a reminder not to forget to buy a box. I loooove Vjandep Pastel! It's even awesome with Kopiko (black variant) coffee!

Jan 11: I still love coffee, but I'm trying to get into tea drinking. This one is a Chrysanthemum Pu-Erh tea given to me by my boss, a tea enthusiast. What I liked about this flavor is that it wasn't so bitter when left to soak in the water (unlike Lipton's Yellow Label tea which tastes ugggh.)

Jan 12: New hair, finally! Goodbye, curly fugly hair & hello to my layered, rebonded locks! Don't mind the face because I took this pic around 7am (yes, I'm that early at work).

Jan 13: Has anyone tried these Kruffins & Pull-Aparts from Krispy Kreme? They look absolutely delish (and sinful too)!

Jan 14: Sweldo day. Officemates & I wanted to burn our stress away by gorging on crepes. Not actually a good shot, but I did my best to make it look presentable at the very least since the photo was too yellow for its own good.

Jan 15: I just had to take 2 photos today! First one is the interior of the Philippine Postal Corporation, with its lovely art deco interiors; second is the interior of Binondo Church where I gatecrashed into a wedding. Haha! Major okray lang sa hot pink motif. >:)


  1. NAKAKAGUTOM!!! Ayoko na! =P

    Mare, keep this up! Wag tularan ang mga ningas cogon na tulad ko. :'(

  2. Like what my mentors used to say, it's not the camera, it's the photographer. ;-)

  3. taking pics of what i eat is easy to remember. sayang di ko kinunan nung kumain kami sa sincerity kahapon. :)