Thursday, January 28, 2010

Biggest Human LaSallian Star Formation - Year II

January 28, 2010

Yes! We did it again! January 26, 2010, from more than 10,000 Participants last year, we exceeded the projected 12,000 Green and White Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Friends and Family. And I am very proud to say that for the second consecutive year (My Last by the way) I was a part of it. It makes me so proud that I was a part of my University's Pride. It was truly liberating to be there, that night with almost all my fellow LaSallians and be a part of a wider scope of Oneness!

Here are some Aerial Shots of the Biggest Human LaSallian Star held at De La Salle University - Dasmariñas, Dasmariñas, Cavite. Credits for the Following Photos goes to Mr. Gilbert Poblete and Edikenkoy:

Taken from the Top of the University Grandstand

Taken from the College of Business Administration Building

De La Salle Alma Mater Song

Hail, Hail,
Alma Mater
Hail to De La Salle!
We'll hold your banner high and bright!
A Shield of Green and White!
We'll fight to keep Your Glory Bright
And never shall we fail,
Hail to thee our Alma Mater
Hail! Hail! Hail!

Monday, January 25, 2010


January 25, 2010

When I was a kid, I always get my thoughts stuck whenever someone like that is in front of me. Is it a Cow or a Carabao? Now, I knew that there are no Light colored Carabao(Water Buffalo) and very seldom Dark colored Cows. But one thing is for sure, I really really find them cute! I was about to touch them there in the fields but my Dad said no because it might kick me.

It was very sunny during that day at Barrio Pasong Camachile and these Cows are laying on the warm grasses to relax and get their afternoon drowse.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Harvest Time

January 24, 2010

This was shot using my phone's Camera. I shot this while I'm on my Jeepney ride home from the University. The weather here has been very delightful for the past month due to cold air from the Siberian Region. Here, you can see the farmers harvesting their rice before the January rain pours(Yes, it rains in January in here). I so love my fellowmen, especially these farmers. Without them there would be no rice on our plates. They deserve all the recognition from us and I can say that any praise is never enough for the hard work. Let us all remember the farmers on our next prayers and thank God for having them!

I know it has been so long AGAIN since I've been on the air for Cavite Daily Photo! Well, Here I am. Been very very busy for Graduation Requirements and that is not an excuse okay! I'm sure you my friends would understand :) 62 days to go till my very big day! Oh my, time does fly fast! I can still remember myself counting the years for my Elementary Graduation, High School Graduation and now, I am about to receive my Bachelor's Degree on the 26th of March. I am very very excited and proud!

Did you miss my posts guys? I did miss everybody! God Bless us all and may we all have a wonderful coming week!

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