Photos From the Flickr Pool

A selection of cool photos from the talented people posting on our Flickr group!!! If you’re on Flickr join up and show us what you’re up to! If you’re not on Flickr join up, it’s free!


above: Meet our fellow pinoygrapher Roxy. A very pretty and extremely talended individual whose beauty is matched only by her well-composed snapshots. Ok, tama na ang bola… Rox, pautang nga pwede? by JPGomez


above: an everyday scene taken with a toy camera =) well technically its a plastic cheap ass camera. vivitar ultrawide&slim.. 15$ on ebay kodak gold 200 film. by pestebar


above: A mountain range & glacier in Alaska…from 35,000 feet in the air. by Arthur Legardo

Philippine Flag (March 07)

above: These were shots that my husband and I took during a protest in San Francisco last March…They were calling on the Bush administration to stop the war on Iraq. by Roxy Millado-Duguay

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

above: my friends (and fellow pinoygraphers) John Paul, Alvin, Red & Roxy. This was my first time trying out Fuji Neopan 1600 film. I need to be careful what I’m metering next time I shoot this film. by jonathan ponce


above: jan 2006, la iglesia de san agustin/san agustin church, intramuros, manila. before going inside the church, i bought taho from the vendor. a camera came out and these little boys posed for me with these inexplicable hand signals. there’s something in their eyes that convey maturity beyond their years yet once the shot was taken, they grabbed my camera to see their image then they ran away giggling. yagit is a tagalog slang term for street children. by jenncharina


~ by alexfelipe on April 24, 2008.

3 Responses to “Photos From the Flickr Pool”

  1. thanks for including my photo!

  2. hey alex,

    next flickr feature we do, we should link the photo back to its original URL on flickr so peeps can check out the photogs’ other work, and comment on these pics.

    love the images folks. keep them coming!

  3. I did link their names to their pages (click on any photog name), but you’re right that it would be good to link the photo. Any idea how to do that?

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