Weekly WordPress Photo Challenge: Foreshadow 2

Footprints on a Philippine beach

Footprints on a Philippine beach

English cemetery, just outside Dharamsala: most of the graves here belong to soldiers.

English cemetery, just outside Dharamsala: most of the graves here belong to soldiers.  It was the most poignant testimony of the crumbling English legacy in India.

The main entrance to the Daku Balay, on Burgos Street in Bacolod.  My father was born in this house in 1928.  The Japanese occupied it in World War II.  My grandfather was paralyzed by a stroke in 1943.  He passed away when self was five.

The main entrance to the Daku Balay, on Burgos Street in Bacolod. Self’s father spent his childhood in this house. The Japanese occupied it in World War II. Self’s grandfather was paralyzed by a stroke in 1943. He passed away here when self was five.

Suddenly, these pictures strike self as sad . . .

Stay tuned.

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