Playing with Silhouettes


I love silhouette shots. I love them more especially if they are taken during the golden hours (sunrise or sunset). At such circumstances, one need not be professional photographers to create beautiful shots. I hope I did the silhouette theme some justice. I have accumulated  them (again) from my various trips  in the Philippines.

Somewhere in the roads of Bohol.
Somewhere in the roads of Bohol.
Playing in the islands of Caramoan.
Playing in the islands of Caramoan.
Sunset by the Iloilo river esplanade.
Sunset by the Iloilo river esplanade.

More Silhouette shots at Daily Post.

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9 thoughts on “Playing with Silhouettes

  1. good photos – excellent for the challenge – you did indeed do the theme justice… i believe we all interpret the world in our own way – that is what makes it magnificent. have a great week…and don’t stay up too late watching Asian shows! different way

    1. Thank you for your kind words! And what you said is true, we can never run out of reasons to appreciate the world because each moment or angle can hold a variety of interpretations. 🙂

      And don’t worry, I rarely sleep late these days. 🙂 Age is catching up on me! 🙂

  2. Very gorgeous silhouette shots! Right place at the right time… I can never seem to get decent silhouette shots. I love the first photo: simple, but with a golden sky in the background. The skies in all the shots look cloudy. Is it cloudy most of the time in the Philippines?

    1. Haha! That’s the second time you asked me about clouds. 🙂 It’s sunny most of the time in the Philippines. Some days with clouds, some days with clear skies. 🙂

      1. Yes, I had to ask for a second time because your photos always show clouds! And each Asian country I’ve visited, it’s always cloudy. Very hard to believe there are clear skies in the Philippines 😀

          1. Oh yes. In summer, Melbourne has a lot of cloudless blue skies. On those days, the sun is very, very hot. After standing under the sun for ten minutes, your skin might feel like it’s being cooked 😀

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