Just last weekend, our company held our yearly outing at a resort in Batangas (2-hour drive south of Manila). It was actually the worst time to do go out of town because the weather was not really good and it was a heavy downpour throughout the day. Well, one of my main objectives for coming along the trip was to take photos within a different environment. I took this opportunity because for sure, there would be sceneries awaiting there that is worth capturing on the lens.
And thankfully, I was not dissapointed.
|freshly-picked aratilis fruits|
We found a Jamaican Cherry tree (locally known as aratilis) and ate some of its fruits. The place was all trees. Too bad I was not able to enjoy much of the place because of the storm.
I really like playing around the depth of field, and the following pictures are examples. Here is the view at our window upon arrival at the resort.
|in this focus, rain droplets on our window are visible on the image|
|focus is modified to make the view at the outside window sharp and crisp|
So far, these are the photos that I was able to take during the trip. I figured that I’m loving nature photography even more. 😀