Sooner or later, the pain that we feel right now will going to be a stange thing for us.

I blogged about my phone being accidentally formatted by someone before. I remember those feelings I had (but not actually how it feels), those tears because I knew, I could never bring back the exact things that’s gone (most esp those pictures I haven’t uploaded yet). I lost my interest with the only phone I have. Seeing its gallery, music player, contact list and sd card empty.. it broke my heart. Yes, it’s shallow but ugh, it is just that I value those little or shallow things too.

But of course, little by little, I downloaded apps and songs again. (because I really need to) Grabbed all the photos I have on tumblr. Everything! The feeling’s brand new. Feels like I’m starting all over again. (naks) and now, I love the vibes my phone has. Its gallery with freshly captured moments, phonebook with the must-have contact nos. of ppl, music player with relaxing songs and large free memory.

Now, I’m asking myself, “Bakit ko iniyakan ‘yon?” XD if I only knew (at the very first time) that something better will happen, I didn’t cry.

"Baka kaya tayo iniiwan ng mga taong mahal natin kasi baka merong bagong darating na mas okay, na mas mamahalin tayo, ‘yung taong hindi tayo sasaktan at paaasahin, ‘yung nag-iisang taong magtatama ng mali sa buhay natin, ng lahat ng mali sa buhay mo." (One More Chance)

Luhh, ano daw? Ang drama :D
Zup? xx


Ilya Kisaradov Aka Ezorenier Takes Gorgeous Surreal Photography


Russian photographer Ilya Kisaradov’s subjects are primarily women, who are out in the open with nature. In her photographs, the image of the birdcage appears a few times, possibly symbolizing imprisonment. The confinement of her subjects juxtaposed against the backdrop of the openness of nature illustrates the dichotomy between humans and nature and how we continuously imprison ourselves by getting further and further away from nature. Though regardless of what message one may take away from Ilya Kisaradov photographs, their stunning quality and surreal imagery are electrifying and compels the viewer to gaze intently. She is both expressive and contemplative.

February, 1993.

Kurt puts his design to use and creates the custom Fender Jaguar/Mustang guitar, titled as the ‘Jag-stang’.

Interviewer: How many models are there? And can I buy one?

Kurt: I don’t know. I don’t know if it’s gone into production yet. I don’t know if it will be available for the public. It’s up to them to decide. But what I basically, well, what I did is I took a picture of a Mustang, a Polaroid picture of a Mustang and a picture of a Jaguar and then cut them in half and glued them together and told them to build that. So that’s what it is. It’s the Jag-Stang.