An older post I wrote years back celebrating my early memories being a child of the sea.
“Nostalgia” (Oil on Canvas, 30×38, By: Jeques B. Jamora, Nov, 2007) ~ Rare pearls of south sea Strewn on far off shores Conspicuous gems. (Filipino Immigration, Haiku Series #5) ~ I was born and grew up in one of my homeland’s scattered islands, in the heart of the Philippine Archipelago. Our country is embraced by the sea; if God is the ocean, then He must have loved the Filipinos so much. We are constantly caressed by the … Read More
We travel the world to explore, to see things, to study, to claim the many titles that would prove our learnings, but fail to realize that we have something within us a very interesting subject that's uncharted, undefined.
How could we live such estrangement with the person within us?
More than viewing our reflections in the mirror, we need to look through our eyes to see and understand the soul that resides in our hearts.
Self-portrait photography is a metaphor to seeing beyond what's visible.