It was another day of creativity. Another day of new approach and making new ideas. As we go further up to the north. Located on the sea side along Umagol River in Barangay Pag-asa in Bagac, Bataan, we are so excited and thrill with its open-air musuem and heritage park, reminisce of the past and yet cool enough for the present.
The timely culmination of creativity as we go on for another pre-nuptial shoot. This time around was at the rebuild Spanish mansions in Bagac, the heritage park of Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar with its houses and establishments built and constructed based on their historical, cultural and architectural values.
This time around, we value the lighting and the emotion most which was well enough suited best for the historical and cultural place with the “Bahay na Bato” (Tagalog meaning of great houses made of different stone) spread all over the 400 hectares, with the heritage park featuring almost 27 Spanish Colonial collections of buildings and stone houses, planned and re-assembled in a reminiscent of the period.
Really a great and wonderful place of great stone houses as we wonder how it was built. Nonetheless it was another day of fun and creativity, though another tiring working day but it was made simpler and lighter with my ever reliable Fujifilm XT1 cameras and Phottix Atlas II transmitter, wrapping it all up with another successful and happy couple at the Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar in Bataan.