And There Was Happiness At The Manila Polo Club.

LighterSide

Reframing the lighter side of life. Where happiness happens at the Manila Polo Club.

What I really like about life is spending it with happy friends and great colleagues. Now that Christmas, time of merrying and festive celebration is all around the corner, I enjoy life more with happy moments and yes, those wacky images. Time to rekindle life a much more lighter that I should.

It was really fun and exciting meeting back again my team at the Manila Polo Club. Fine dining with lots of stories delivered and told, stories that beget loving memories. Drinking with merriment and enthralled with every words and images that came forth for such a great bonding moments, fondling it more to embrace those extra adoring experiences, more of it like a celebration of life.

Altering my point of view, now I remember what Pres. John F. Kennedy charged the Americans with the words “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” Encouraging all of us to rethink our rights and obligations.

Thus, for the lighter side, I mean for the brighter side of life, why not asking again each and everyone of us, “Ask not what your happiness can do for you, ask what you can do for your happiness.” To make things better and enjoy more of what we called…happy life.

And there goes again my happy feet at the Manila Polo Club with great friends and acquaintances, and there was I…there was life!

Words & Images of Lito Sy

“While everybody else is so busy doin’ their thing, I’m busy doing everything with my thing – the Fujifilm XT1 Graphite Silver Edition, an addition to my existing XT1 mirrorless camera. And I’m so pleased with my thing’s nice and easy performances everytime I used it in all of my wedding sessions and other shooting engagement, catching the light in different ways, the sharpest means.“ – Lito Sy, International Award-Winning Wedding Photographer, Fujifilm Ambassador, the WPPI Master Photographer, WPPP Master Photographer, the WPPP (Wedding and Portrait Photographers of the Philippines) 4-Time Photographer of the Year and the WPA Top Wedding Photographer.

Words & Images Of Lito Sy

“Thus, I started to instruct my images into words. I try to remember everything but not that much, maybe some enough to come to share my life over with. I come to push myself as well as the industry to be a better place in hailing the fine art of photography, and so my own self, as a photographer, an artist, and perhaps, a storyteller.” – Lito Sy, Fujifilm Ambassador.