Weekend after weekend of nothing but heavy pouring rain, we finally made our way to Quiapo. We thought about getting the lens from some place else except that Ryan really wanted me to be able to go to Quiapo. Why?
So I could..
…go crazy over the ukay-ukay stores
…buy fruits-all-I-can at ridiculously cheap prices (a kilo of lanzones for P80 which is the same price as that in Camiguin, a kilo of mangosteen at P100 which is cheaper than in Davao, a kilo of deliciously huge mangoes that might as well have been from Guimaras at P50)
…ogle hangers at P25 a dozen (yes I have an obsession with hangers)
…buy cheap sheets and slippers
…hoard baby wipes
…buy hot hopia, smoked fish and broccoli
Oh right, those were not really the reasons why we made our way there though they might as well have been.
So I finally got my 50mm 1.8 lens. And here are the test shots:
Ok, so the first test shot was grainy, grainy, grainy. Was disappointed with myself there.
Click, click, click away. This was so far the best shot.
Quite proud of myself here. No, not because the shot is pretty good but because I made such a pretty baby. Hah-hah-hah-hah! (Kung Fu laugh there)
Since I’m done with the baby or more like the baby is done with me, move on to the other [furry] baby who was told to give her best and apparently she considers this as her best.
After being told repeatedly that her best was not good enough, she upped and walked away. What a snob.
Not to be easily discouraged, I haunt her and coax her into giving more than her best.
And more than her best is sticking out her tongue. Well, I say it’s good enough. She looks like she has gone to doggy heaven – which is what I actually hope for her in the long run. Hah-hah-hah-hah! (Another Kung Fu laugh)
Done with the babies in the house, I moved on to more interesting things such as…
And of course, if you know me, you should have expected this from me already. Hah-hah-hah-hah! (More Kung Fu laugh)