My Miss Earth 2017 encounter


Last October 21, 2017, I had a three day chance to photograph some of the Miss Earth 2017’s delegate for I was hired as one of the official photographers for their “Project Kanlungan” event in Bauan, Batangas. It’s a three day event where they have some projects in saving the waters.

I was very thrilled for I got to see girls from different nations. The event was held at Drive and Trek island resort at Bauan, Batangas which is a very nice place, a haven for divers and a nice place to relax and chill.

Among the girls who caught my attention was Miss Colombia – Juliana Franco which is very nice and friendly and even very gorgeous, she has a very angelic face and photographs like a doll when i took a shot of her.

another stunner is Miss Costa Rica – Fernanda Rodriguez, she’s very sweet and very girlfriend material. She has a very charming personality which I love and she also is very angelic.

One hot girl I must say is Miss Spain – Amparo Munoz, she is very very sexy. and as i mean sexy, she’s flaming hot. I can’t help myself but to stare at her gorgeous body and she also got the fierce face and I must say she is one hot Latina.

My favorite among the girls is Miss Hungary – Viktoria Viczian, there is no photograph i took of her that looks ugly instead she always slay the shot. She kinda reminded me of Selena Gomez, very angelic and she is also very nice. She’s always smiling which makes her much more pretty.

All in all the experience was great. and I miss those times. Coz imagine you are always in front of hot girls all over the world.

I believe I wrote this during their finals night so good luck to these gorgeous ladies and it was nice knowing you all.


Miss Costa Rica – Earth 2017


Miss Hungary – Earth 2017


Miss Colombia – Earth 2017


Miss-Spain Earth 2017


Signs to know if a person is a native from Laguna, Philippines


Laguna is an awesome province in the Philippines. It was home to beautiful resorts, hot and cold springs and water falls. Especially, we the locals are so amazing. Here is how you can distinguish if a person you know came from this beautiful province.

1. The constant use of “ah” “eh” “ih” “oh”.

In almost every sentence you’ll here those vowels when we speak. For example, instead of saying “wala naman” we say “wala naman ah” or “wala naman eh” or, “wala naman ih” or “wala naman oh” and it varies depending upon our emotion. Taga laguna ih!

2. The famous buko pie.

Well, you’ll know a person is from Laguna if he/she brought buko pie as pasalubong. That is because that is one famous delicacy from the province and its very delicious tho.

3. The hard sounding of ‘r’.

When a native lagunense speak we have a very hard sounding ‘r’. I guess because our ancestors speaks that way and we inherited it.

4. The na- wordings.

Well, I dont know this until I went to Manila. That the na- is a wrong use in the tagalog language such as nakain, instead of saying “kumain ka na ba?” We say “nakain ka na ba?” And I think that’s awesome.

5. The modeling world.

When you are in Manila and you told them your from Laguna, instantly they will knew that you came there for modeling. That’s a sure thing cos hey we inherited some nice genes. But basically, thats true base on my experience I came to Manila when I was 15 to pursue a career in modeling. 

6. The accent.

This one is hard to distinguish cos in every part of Laguna there are different but sometimes slightly similar accents. Like in the southern part of Laguna, there’s Lumban where their accent is putting -ng to every word that ends in letter ‘n’. Like instead of saying ‘ngayon na’ they will say ‘ngayong na!’. Or in Cavinti they have this angry-like sound “Ya-ih”. Or in Paete where they sound so malambing.

7. The “pabalot” style.

When you eat with a Lagunense and you have a lot of left over food. He/she will instantly make “pabalot”. Well, that is because we are well taught of not wasting food.

8. The beki language.

If someone regardless of gender even when a lagunense is a male or a female he/she will understand and can speak the beki language. I dont know why may be because a lot of beki words came from tagalog words?

Well, that is all of I can think now. So if you have any more signs then do write it in the comment section down below so I can re-edit this article and add your taughts.