Got some fresh Durian from one of our trees today. This fruit is like wine, an acquired taste. If one can brave it’s pungent odor and taste it, they’ll find that the fruit is sweet with milky flesh.
Rice. I seldom eat it, but it’s one of my favorite plants to cultivate. It’s shape, the way it moves with the wind, and the satisfying sweet scent when whole paddies are in bloom. Ahhh rice. Such a beautiful plant.
“Hakuna Matata.. What a wonderful phrase.. Hakuna Matata.. Ain’t no passin’ craze…”
What my afternoon breaks usually look like.
Guavas. Most people love ’em. I do for sure. They’re everywhere here. They go really well sliced with soy sauce, or just plain salt. But we seldom get to see their fruiting cycle, or their trees. hahaha
Gonna be dumping photos here. This’ll be sort of like a visual journal. Full of things i see and do here. A little about me. The name’s Ru. Born in Malaybalay, Bukidnon to a family of Farmer Businessmen. Spent a few of my younger years living in Chicago before moving back to the Philippines. Graduated from Filmschool in 2011. Spent the last 2 years as a Radio Dj for oomph Radio and an Artist at Viva. Through all that time. I never took an interest in Farming or Business. All that’s changed now. I’m back, and I’m a Farmer. hahahaha From the Mountains to the City, and Back again. But that’s a tale for another time. There won’t be many long posts like this one. Most of what you’ll find here are photos of my adventures and experiences, along with brief explanations and random tidbits i happen to think of. Enjoy..
BTW. This Shot was taken while we were on the summit of Mt. Dulang Dulang, second tallest mountain in the Philippines. Part of our 3 day journey across a small part of the Kitanglad Mountain Range.