Posted by julie @ 10:00 am

Establishing a routine for exercising which includes walking and/or biking is not just beneficial for the physique but also a wonderful way to discipline one’s self.

We went biking and walking yesterday after we had a hearty brunch of tapsilog.

After that we went to the supermarket to get a week’s supply of food which I know will not probably last till the Friday.

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Weekend was a ho-hum time spent at work on Saturday and on Sunday, a lunch out and Mass in the early evening.

I missed taking photos of one of my favorite subjects last Saturday: sunset. There is a somewhat wonderful view on the third floor level in my MIL’s home but I had to go home before the setting of the sun.

I got inspired to take a photo instead of this shell (or capiz) lamp hanging on the third floor trellis which I have featured here and here already.

These types of shell lamps are great for outdoors.

Before heading for home I searched for ideas on lamps when I saw this photo below.

Photo taken from a Moroccan lanterns site. Nice effect I must say.

The Moroccan lanterns are great for indoors as I have seen in the photos due to the patterns these cast on the ceiling whereas the shell lamp in the other photo is used outdoors.

Which do you prefer?

Posted by teacherjulie @ 12:01 pm

January 11, 2009’s full moon is said to be the brightest and biggest full moon for the year and of course,I would never pass this opportunity and not take photos.Full Moon in Cancer. Being born in that sign (not that I believe in horoscope much) makes it all the more special as a way to start the year.

I was not able to take a photo during the moon rise early evening Saturday since I didn’t bring my camera, tsk, tsk.

Anyway, hubby and I took several photos last night since Saturday was too cloudy to get a decent shot, tsk, tsk again.

Anyway, here is one photo that was taken, among others:

There. Lovely, magical and majestic isn’t it?

I have had other moon photos here and here.

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