Flashback Friday – Philippines 2005 – #6

Here’s the last of the Philippines series on Flashback Friday for awhile (unless I change my mind in the next few days).  If I had to choose a favorite of all the photos that I took while on this trip, I would lean toward this one.  I can’t quite describe why I would choose this one.  I guess it’s got to be the eyes.  What’s your opinion?

Check back to see what’s going to be posted in next week’s Flashback Friday.  Hope you have a great weekend.

(If you would like to see the other posts for this series on the Philippines, just search for it in the upper right corner above “Blogroll”, or click Here for #5 of the series)

BHA02402m1-5x7Web-2©Bryant Altizer Photography (Website Link)

Providing wedding photography, portrait photography, senior and children’s portraits, and event photography in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford, Virginia Tech, New River Valley, Southwest Virginia, and throughout Virginia

Flashback Friday – Philippines 2005 – #5

Here’s another Flashback Friday post in the series for my trip to the Philippines back in July of 2005.  This is one of the favorites of my favorites 🙂 and I call it “friends”.  I’ve included a b/w version also.  Check back next Friday for the final one for a while.  Hope you have a great weekend.

(If you would like to see the other posts for this series on the Philippines, just search for it in the upper right corner above “Blogroll”, or click Here for #4 of the series)

BHA02394m1-8x10Web

I can remember taking this shot.  The two girls were quite a distance away, and I zoomed quickly to get as good a shot as I could.  There was little time to get another since just past where they’re at the pathway bends a little and I wouldn’t have been able to see them.

Nice memory.

BHA02394m1-8x10Web-2© Bryant Altizer Photography (Click here to visit)

Bryant Altizer Photography Wedding Photographer provides wedding and portrait photography in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford areas, including Virginia Tech and the New River Valley.  Also providing portrait photography for families, children, seniors, and other special events. Please contact Bryant by email if you would like to have more information, or visit the website.

Flashback Friday – Philippines 2005 – #4

Another Friday is here, and it’s time for a new Flashback Friday post.  This post is a continuation of the series looking back to my 2005 trip to the Philippines.  I was in the Philippines and traveling with a group of from our church.  There were 12 of us in the group.  This image shows one of the dogs there in the village where we stayed.  That’s a nice pose.  See you next Friday for another one.  Have a great weekend.

(If you would like to see the other posts for the Philippines, just search for it in the upper right corner above “Blogroll” or click Here for #3 of the series)

BHA02070m1-4x6Web

©Bryant Altizer Photography

Bryant Altizer Photography Wedding Photographer provides wedding and portrait photography in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford areas, including Virginia Tech and the New River Valley.  Also providing portrait photography for families, children, seniors, and other special events. Please contact Bryant by email if you would like to have more information, or visit the website.

Flashback Friday – Philippines 2005 – #3

Continuing in the series for the next few Flashback Fridays, this is another photograph from my 2005 visit to the Philippines.  This photograph was taken in July while I was on the island of Mindanao.  I was traveling with a group from our church.  This image shows the kind of vegetation in the area where we were.  This is considered a rain forest, and I can attest to the amount of rain that we received while we were there for 10 days.  This was taken just after a quick rainstorm passed over.  Check back next Friday for another one, and have a great weekend.

(If you would like to see the other posts for the Philippines, just search for it in the upper right corner above “Blogroll” or click Here for #2 in the series)

BHA02001m1-8x10Web

©Bryant Altizer Photography

Blacksburg Photographer, Christiansburg Photographer, Radford Photographer, Virginia Tech Photographer, New River Valley, Wedding Photographer, Wedding Photography, Virginia Wedding Photographer, Christian Photographer, Destination Weddings, Wedding Photographer Blacksburg Virginia, Senior Portrait Photographer, Family Portrait Photographer

Flashback Friday – Philippines 2005 – #2

For the next few Flashback Fridays, I intend to post some of the photos from my visit to the Philippines in July of 2005.  The photographs were taken while I was on the island of Mindanao, which is one of the southern islands.  I was traveling with a group from our church.  Each image has a way of triggering a new memory for me, and the number of stories from the trip are countless (for me anyway).  As I said back in this post, it was an adventure of a lifetime.  Make sure to check back each of the next several Fridays, and please leave a comment if you enjoy the series.  Have a great holiday weekend!

(If you would like to see the other posts for the Philippines, just search for it in the upper right corner above “Blogroll” or click Here for #1 in the series)

BHA02256m1-8x10Web©Bryant Altizer Photography

Blacksburg Photographer, Christiansburg Photographer, Radford Photographer, Virginia Tech Photographer, New River Valley, Wedding Photographer, Wedding Photography, Virginia Wedding Photographer, Christian Photographer, Destination Weddings, Wedding Photographer Blacksburg Virginia, Senior Portrait Photographer, Family Portrait Photographer

Blue Sky & Clay Tile Roof

bha40113ntm2

Here’s a roof line shot of NTM in Sanford, Florida, taken last March.

The Right Word

I love this quote.  I took this photo in March of 2008 while visiting our good friends who are missionaries at New Tribes Mission in Sanford, Florida.  The quote is easily understood when you look at it from the viewpoint of language translation.  Sure, there’s a great difference between the words lightning and lightning bug, and just that simple example alone easily demonstrates the importance of choosing the right word.  But also…..

bha40081words

when you take it a step further, another important difference can be made.  Just by capitalizing the “w” in word, a different meaning altogether can be emphasized.

The difference between the right Word, and the almost right word…makes an eternal difference.

See John 1:1