May Kwento Ako #32 : I believe in the magic of Color

The gift of sight to me is very precious. Now that I am growing older, my eyes aren’t too good unlike before. My late Mom used to remind me to always have sufficient lighting and to use proper lighting when reading. Your parents have probably reminded you of this before.

In recent years, I took on photography as a hobby. Snapping at pretty much everything like someone who didn’t have direction in life. Only to find out that as I progressed with this hobby, I was become more inclined with certain genre and I was tuning to myself bit by bit. I didn’t realize these immediately. Only recently.

I came to realize that lighting and shadows bring texture into a photograph. As it does to a family’s home which is further enhanced by the careful selection of wall color paints, luminous and luxurious fabrics and carefully selected pieces of art, sketches, photographs and furniture.

These days, the ultimate judge how well a home is put together, designed and laid out will always be the family who will stay in the home for the years to come.

I would not want to live the rest of my years in anything but in color and light. That’s just me.

So to cap this article, I always want to come home to a place that is clean, void of clutter, well loved, taken cared of and in color!

Salute! 🥂🍷🍻📸

Published by Oskie Ravanera

Looking forward to 65 Meanwhile, here is “May Kwento Ako” series ... ( in Filipino means ‘I have a story’ ). This Blog was created as a journal of my discoveries. Hopefully, in my old age, i will be able to go back to these and be glad that i did what i did.

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