Baguio City in February (plus some accidental double exposures)


Nearly two years ago, I went on a trip north. I took just one film camera with me, a Konica c35. I didn't get to shoot much (I sketched), so upon returning home I rewound the film roll and put it back with the rest of my stash, where I forgot about it.

Until this week when I had the roll developed and scanned by Fuji. I finally used up the roll in my Olympus mju zoom camera, taking random shots of people and places and all sorts of stuff this Panagbenga month. I was really pleasantly surprised to find I'd already exposed the first few frames of the roll. It was a nice reminder of all the experiences I had during that Cagayan trip, which actually was a catalyst to my moving to Baguio City.

The only beach shot left intact was this:

Sta. Ana, Cagayan

The fishing village. I remember spending a morning sketching this view.

Some other doubles from that serendipitous roll:


used books+sea

Bookends Baguio


frame burn+shawarma stall

Look at that burn.

When the pre-exposed frames were all used up, I was left with these:

ice cream man


balloon man

best friends






flowery thoughts



View the entire photoset in my Flickr album.

Some of these shots were taken during my walk from Mines View to Session Road, which I wrote about in my "walking" blog.

I'm currently at home in Quezon City to spend time with my family and to have some of my film cameras repaired. I miss shooting with my LC-A (it has a sticky shutter, which I hope Mang Bibot will be able to fix).

Konica c35 EF, Olympus mju zoom 115
Kodak Ultima 100

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