Learning about using a camera, taking pictures or photographs, is one of my favorite past times or shall we call it "hobbies" nowadays. I have no idea but it's self-taught, as you may see the final products of my so-called hobby in the following photographs taken between 23 to 25 April 2013...
The photos below were taken in the afternoon of 25 April, while my wife Freny started mowing our backyard lawn. With my chronic lower back problem, I can't do yard work or hard work, especially that involves lifting. That's why Freny does it, though I've told her time and time again that we'd just hire someone to do our lawn. But she said she can do it. So here she is...doing yard work in the afternoon, after coming home from school-work. She's amazing, indeed! I'm so lucky and appreciative of what she's doing for our family. She's an incredible and truly a caring woman, loving mother to my two awesome young adult children, Andrew and Tintin.
Here's what I prepared for dinner today: smoked frozen milkfish ("bangus" in Filipino language, bought at the Commissary last Sunday afternoon after Mass) that's going to the oven.
The other aluminum tray (left) contains a bag of mixed vegetables , with the addition of sliced onion.
Topping it with frozen shrimps (from the Commissary) and with a dash of Old Bay seafood seasoning and olive oil...the tray of mixed vegetables is ready for the pre-heated oven.
Here's our dinner, my dear folks and friends...baked smoked milkfish, baked mixed vegetables with shrimps, and steamed white rice...Bon apetit!