Soon, the friend was there, with his wife, and the family driver. They, with us tagging along, will drive our way to Gumasa, Glan, Sarangani Province to catch the sunrise. What? To catch the sunrise?
Yes, this is the first time I joined hubby in his quest for taking shots at landscapes. He has been doing some photo-shoots at some places, festivals, and some macro shots too, but this was the first time I was disturbed in my sleep to just accompany him there. Of course, the kids could not be disturbed at 3am so we decided to let them sleep and leave them with the lola.
It was very cold, and my jeans were still feeling the entire coldness and dampness of the wee mornings. It was fogging as we drove our way there.
Another friend texted the friend, he was coming along, and behind us is another car approaching. It was him. So there, we were six.
We reached Rosal Beach Resort at 4.30. It was very cold and the guards were so surprised of our coming at that very early morning.
We prepared the cottage and the table for a coffee session, before everything starts. While there, the boys, the photographers I mean, were already setting up their gadgets, and all things needed for the most awaited sunrise.
Drats! It was too cloudy, that explained the mist we were enveloped in. And so, no good sunrise shots.
But of course, Gumasa is well known for the fine white sand beach, and said to be the second Boracay if it will be developed in due time.
So, being the photographer's wife, I instantly became a model and at the same time "tripod-carrier" of my hubby's camera paraphernalias.
Here's some shots of the beautiful Gumasa Beach I would like to share with you.
I carried the tripod, prepared the food, suggested some nice views to shoot, and supported the hubby. Doing that is an adventure, a bonding that I could never forget. It is always good that partners support each other especially in their hobbies. Hubby supports me too, in everything I do, provided it is for a good cause.
The friend's wife was very supportive too, she prepared all the food they brought to the beach, slept so little before the trip, and was carrying the long tripod as well.
Feels good to be a photographer's wife, very time-consuming but very interesting. As he clicks his cam, I get to learn doing photography as well.
It was a beautiful adventure in Gumasa, we have more cool shots, but I have reserved it for another post. Meanwhile, please enjoy this post.