Art Kardashian Photography

Art Kardashian fell in love with photography in 2007 with his point-and-shoot camera. Over the years, he upgraded to Nikon DSLR, and currently shoots with D600. He is self-taught and all his work is original. He loves Ansel Adams and his connection with nature. When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images…

Flower Quotes

“Each flower is a soul blossoming out to nature.” – Gerard de Nerval “Be like the flower, turn your faces to the sun.” – Kahlil Gibran A Stone House Gardens stroll.

What is the best advise to restore my parents wedding pictures?

Seriously,  I am thinking of disaster relief to save the memory of my parents wedding day. I need advise from all of you, finding a professional photo restorer will be too costly as I cannot afford it…What is the best free photo restorer software that actually works? HELP!!!!!!!!! These are good photos – some are…

My dad, his kids and the Vespa (1960s)

Yesterday, while browsing my FaceBook wall, I came across a photograph that my cousin shared from All About 1960 Facebook Page.  A closer look of the post, A red Volks Patrol Car cruising Dewey Blvd. by JC,” I realized that it was my Dad on the Vespa with 4 of my siblings.(Not yet born yet)…

Carmelite Monastery

The photos were taken during the morning off the family reunion last July 2012. Thanks to Pepermint-Media.com, they made the memory of that day last forever. A place so solemn, nothing but God’s peaceful presence. If you are planning to visit Naga City, please feel free to stop by Carmelite Monastery Camarines Sur Tourism Guide,…

Our Lady of Peñafrancia Church

Do not know much about architecture, but I am a big fun of NEO Classical Architecture in Churches. Its purest form in style was derived from Classical Greece and Rome – very Baroquish (Baroque in short). At the back of the church, also lies an old cemetery. Blast from the past! Lovely day spent with…

Bicolano Beggar

Today, I am posting another picture of the beggar in the Naga City market steps.  This pic I took when I was leaving the market.  I find that street pictures are more powerful especially the ones that speak of poverty.  This beggar is just one of a billion people struggling, not for their shelter and…