If you're truly Filipino, like 99.9% of us, you look forward to warmer weather. Back in the Philippines, people never make a big deal out of weather unless there's a bagyo (typhoon) as it is perpetually summer all year round. People in Manila start wearing their jackets at 24C! But living in Canada the simplest signs that winter is officially over makes people dance and bring the barbeque out: birds chirping, squirrels running about and of course, flowers blooming!
This Sunday May 4, the Toronto-based Pinoygraphers are having a picnic-slash-informal shoot at High Park to take advantage of the once-a-year appearance of the Park's cherry blossoms. We encourage our fellow Pinoy photoenthusiasts and friends to join us for an afternoon of pretty flowers and photo fun. We also need models so who knows? You might just get your own glamour headshot for Facebook! We are meeting 3:00 pm at the Grenadier Restaurant in the middle of the park.
For those of you unfamiliar with High Park, here is a PDF of the map: http://www.toronto.ca/parks/highpark/map_highpark.pdf.pdf
The picture above is of my neighbor's magnolia tree, those are not cherry blossoms just in case you're wondering. Anyway, hope to see you all on Sunday... kita kits!