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THE LAST PINE TREE, Benguet + Baguio

I haven't been to U.P. Diliman for a very, very long time and I am glad to have attended the opening of our friend's photo exhibit at the Vargas Museum. Also, hubby and I haven't been very visible to the art and literary circles lately so this is really a welcome treat for us- daughter included.



Congrats, Kat!





Cocktails were served ...








p.s.
Had an up close encounter with Kidlat Tahimik who also attended the opening exhibit. He left a few minutes after we arrived though. Na-starstruck ako! I was too shy to approach him and introduce myself. Di bale, will visit Vocas Gallery in Baguio na lang and hoping to see him there. :)

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