my trip to Macau was really a project for the Macau Government Tourism Office.
they sponsored the whole trip: from the air fare, the elegant hotel, amazing food, tickets to the House of Dancing Water in the City of Dreams (it's awesome!) and Cirque de Soleil: ZAIA at The Venetian! and for me it was more of an experience than work.
along with artists Robert Alejandro, Jomike Tejido, Ferdinand Doctolero; as well as photographers Rommel Bundalian and Budee Mendoza of 360 Virtual Reality Tours, is an exhibit at the Mall of Asia featuring our view of Macau, on March 25-27.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
the first time i saw this was with rommel's iphone. and from that small screen i wowed on how beautiful and somewhat experiential it can be, even if we we're just sitting in a plane.
|View of Taal Volcano from Mt. Maculot, Cuenca Batangas|
|View of Callao Cave in Penablaca, Cagayan Valley|
for more visit their website here: http://360unlimited.com.ph/
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|blinded by mere conceitedness|
5x7 in, mixed media, 2008
i believe that everything that's happening is brought up by the totality of the self:
on what we think, what we believe, our own actions, the environment/community we raised and grew with, the poeple around us, etc.
it's like there is this concept of natural relationship (to another being, to inanimate objects, and/or even to the abstract idea of emotions - the universe) that comprise us all. thus self, pertaining to the coninuous exploration of the wholeness (not completeness) of the being, is not selfish.
as to what most people consider. relating to the general idea of it being subjective and personal.