28-29 November 2010
My cultural worker-friends who recently had frequent visits to Tagum City convinced me to check the public cemetery as a lomographic subject. It's famous for having the graves alphabetically in order. Took some square lomographs. Then when I got back to Manila and joined my lomofriends for a walk in Intramuros, I double exposed the film with shots in an abandoned lot where teen skaters practiced their stunts. I took particular interest with the red car parked in front a street-art-painted wall.
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