Rainy, Baguio, Night, Coffee, Weather
I'm getting head of myself.
This is the complete choices that Midjourney gave me when I typed the prompts above.
It does look like Baguio but still not Baguio. Houses on the mountains, trees, fog, rain. Close enough.
What gave me the idea to try Midjourney this time?
Earlier this afternoon, a friend messaged us in our group chat that there are now schedules open for DFA appointment. Our passports have expired months ago. Securing a schedule is a challenge.
I had to wake up my partner so that we can book appointments together.
The earliest schedule we available that time was October 24 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. At first there was only one time slot in the afternoon unavailable. When I checked the second time, all the afternoon appointments have been filled.
So we decided to book for the first time slot available which is 10:00 a.m.
We went through the process of booking an appointment online through their website.
When we got to the final part, there was an option of paying over the counter or through credit/debt card. I chose over the counter. I was prompted that my status was a success.
There were instructions there that we should get the reference number and use that to pay in authorized centers to secure our appointment. There is no reference number anywhere that I can see. It's been hours and I still haven't received any email. I searched online about it and from DFA's page, we should wait for an email where all the needed information for paying is there.
Zilch. Nada. None. Wala. Awan. Opso.
My friend was also booking her appointment and she has been doing it for how many tries with the choice of paying through credit card. She was unsuccessful unfortunately. She informed us that the last time she booked an appointment November is the earliest available schedule.
I think we'll try again in the wee hours when the site is not so busy and hopefully we can have better luck.
So that made me check out Midjourney so that I can have something to add in my post for today.
Here's another one with coffee, weather, Baguio, night, rainy as prompts
I saw someone online who posted images from Midjourney as well adding Baguio to the prompt and those images were more Baguio images. The lead image was taken from this set particularly the left top image.
It's interesting how technology works these days. Have you heard about the AI generated art that won? Here's the link. I guess these AI generated images should have another category of their own.