Went back to my home town last August in time of Silliman University's Founders Week Celebration and my birthday which happens to be Silliman's Founders Day. It is totally hard to plan anything out of town when you're actually home because the laid back charm of Dumaguete is very inviting. So, I wasn't able to go to places or towns near Dumaguete and will update my blog soon. Soon. *winks*
But for now, I'm sharing something special to me. And yes, it is about the magic hour of the day which is also known by some as "blue hour." Taken this shot from a new hotel in this little city a day before my name day. While I was up there seeing the small city from a different perspective, it made my heart melt for it was just truly beautiful.
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A similar picture of this, in landscape, also happens to be one of my three entries for Yen Baet's My World In Blue Photography Contest. Share some love and hit the LIKE button at the lower part of the photos, City of Gentle People in Blue (Dumaguete, Neg Or), A Poem in Blue (Nagsasa, Zambales), and Of Lakes and Rowboats (Baguio, Benguet).
One out of the top 5 photos, with highest number of likes, will be considered as a wild card finalist for this contest.