Against the Current

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Against the current. Fermar Andrada, a junior student, does not mind people passing against him while doodling his favorite characters on the pavement. Every Sunday people of Baguio releases their creativity with chalks while enjoying a walk. The single lane on Sundays at Session Road had united the people of the city on these days.

Ever since that Session Road closes one lane from motorists every Sunday, people are seen coming together to enjoy the freedom to stroll, and conduct different activities. A common idea exist among creative individuals of Baguio who find the street as a blackboard or a canvas to paint and sketch doodles, pictures, or any expressions on the pavement using colored chalks.

Meet, Fermar Andrada, a third year college student who spent his time this afternoon

 

finishing drawings of his favorite online game characters. The street served as his big canvas for him to release some stress and anxiety he felt before the examination week begins at the university he goes to.

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Fermar did not mind people passing against him. He drew as mush as he could. People could see his passion while doodling on the solid round.

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Creative Sleepy

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Creative Sleepy.Malcolm Square, Baguio City. 2018 (Nikon 3100)

Too much to drink? No ride home? Or just being creative?

‘Cause why not? In this city where it is full of creative individuals, you can be also creative in your sleep. 🙂 Individuals taking a nap at the benches set up at Malcolm Square in Baguio City is not unusual. This place welcomes people from all sorts of background, artists and sleepers alike! :))

Sleep tight my friend! 😉

 

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Crossing Corners

Street Photography

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Crossing Corners. Baguio City (02/22/2018; 6:00pm)

One of the busiest roads in the city where people cross from all corners of this intersection, and scurrying vehicles meet head to tail.

The Bayanihan Lodge in Baguio – an old architectural styled building found across Burnham Park along Shanum Street in Baguio.

This treasured architecture faces property concerns with the local government’s aim to develop the city. The old lodge houses the city’s famous’ Ukay-Ukay (bargain market for clothes).