When work hits a feverish pace, I just look thru photos like this and try to take in the calm and serenity. Hopefully, my sense of balance is restored ;)

  • Mario Rivera 8y

    A calming scene indeed. Thanks bosing. Been getting a bit edgy at work too: too many chiefs but not enough indians...:-(
  • Jimmy Hilario 8y

    same here, we must belong to the same tribe :-/
  • robert rojales 8y

    soothing ..calm as jimmy
  • Stanley Cabigas 8y

    nice one stitch :p very serene
  • Non Clemente 8y

    nice shot.
  • livininoblivion 8y

    gling mo talaga... nostalgic
  • indian pana 8y

    i'd like to rest my eyes for a while in this photo.. really nice..
  • Narin 8y

    very peaceful. nice
  • Jimmy Hilario 8y

    thanks for visiting my beach scenery ;)
  • takejiro 8y

    takejiro takes off her sandals and sits on the sand.
    she breathes in the cool sea air and dreams of the dslr that she's been wanting to buy for some time now...
  • Jimmy Hilario 8y

    takejiro, this was shot with a plastic toy camera, so even without a dslr, you can do wonders with what you have ;)
  • Mark-B 8y

    oh man this looks so peaceful. think of me when i go back to work today.
  • Merly *Sunflower* Busy *on and off* 8y

    beautiful scene! :)
  • takejiro 8y

    hopefully may mahanap ako na toy cam dito sa china, i'm having trouble communicating with the people here hehe
  • Jimmy Hilario 8y

    @takejiro: most lomo cameras are made in china: the LC-A, holga, colorsplash, supersampler, actionsampler, etc... even the vivitar!
  • Marie Keyes 7y

    I KNEW IT. My family and I would go to Matabungkay every year since I was a few months old. I'm glad I came across this.
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