All posts tagged: Tagaytay

Bag of Memories and Tagaytay

I have always hated crowds and I try to escape them as much as possible. Don’t get me wrong, I am not claustrophobic. In fact, crowds are good because they cheer up the streets and put colour day and night. Sometimes a person needs quiet time. It may seem dull to some, but peace and serenity can be as inspiring as those busy streets. Then and Now As I stare at the gloomy but uplifting view of the Taal Volcano, memories came rushing in my mind. There were a few cars and it wasn’t difficult to find a parking spot. In fact, there were more people than cars. Instead of phones, digital cameras and DSLRs, there was only one simple camera per family. The children even parents pose without worries of how the pictures will come out. Not only that, but they made the best of every shot because they only brought maybe 12, 24 or 30 shots, unlike the people I see below. Each person had a camera – phone, digital camera, and DSLR. …