Caveat Venditor features street vendors in their local contexts. Above: vendor by the Philhealth building, Cebu. Below: Taho vendor along EDSA, Metro Manila. Below: Vendor along MacArthur Highway, San Fernando Pampanga. First post of Caveat Venditor appears here.
He called himself Nog
Now that my son is 2 months old, and Hannah a toddler, it’s a rare occasion that I can shoot on the street. It feels so good to hold a camera after a long break. Earlier, I came across these kids peering into a new construction site. It reminded me of how I’ve always… Continue reading Little Glimpses
Walking down the Jasa highway again this morning, I came across one of my first subjects. I asked her how she was doing, and she launched into a full scale update. She later introduced me to her neighbors who invited me in. They graciously allowed me to take some photographs: Erika and Daniela: Rodel… Continue reading Friendly Neighbors
More monochrome moments
The two kids above looked poised for a prank. The fellow above looked like he really loved his snack. That’s Mountain Dew in the plastic bag. Good choice, sir. The way the man stood in the photo above felt very dramatic to me. Feel his powerful stillness. In the final photo, the emotion seems to emanate… Continue reading More monochrome moments
People like Roberto. I often see you cleaning our streets at 530am, faithful even with nobody watching. My respect only grew after you told me about your limp and the motoring accident that caused it. Stay strong out there, and God bless you!