Travel Photography: Bird Sanctuary Wetlands - Candaba, Pampanga

January 23, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Looking for a nice bird watching experience? Then Candaba is worth a visit. If this is your first time birding (that’s the official term for bird watching), you must remember this: birds don’t fly all day. They hang around. If you want to see flocks of flying birds, go early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The wetlands of Candaba in Pamp...
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Pope Francis' Visit to the Philippines - "Mercy and Compassion"

January 18, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Pope Francis' visit to the Philippines from January 15–19, 2015 with the theme "Mercy and Compassion". It is the first state and pastoral visit to the Philippines in the 21st century and the third pontiff to visit our country after Pope Paul VI (November, 1970) and Pope John Paul II in "World Youth Day" last January 1995. The pope visited Manila t...
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Travel Photography: Visiting The "World Heritage Site" of Vigan City

January 03, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Vigan City is located on the northwestern coast of Luzon in the Philippines. It is the capital of Ilocos Sur province and the only UNESCO World Heritage City in the country. Recently, it won as one of the New Seven Wonders Cities of the World. The Meztizo District in Vigan is the main tourist hangout particularly the street of Crisologo where yo...
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Travel Photography: Baguio - The Summer Capital of the Philippines

December 27, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Baguio, is known as the Summer Capital of the country because of its cool climate and is also one of the most famous cities in the Philippines. It is highly urbanized city located in the province of Benguet in northern Luzon. For most travellers, Baguio serves as the primary gateway to backpacker bliss up north in Sagada, Banaue and Kalinga. Burnh...
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Macro Photography: A Closer Look To The Wonderful World of Bugs and Insects

September 20, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Photographing bugs and insects in your garden is one thing, but challenging yourself shooting them in life-size is another thing. That's where macro photography or also known as photomacrography comes using special lenses. Macro photographs are taken from extreme close-up range. This allows the image on the sensor plane to be equal to life size or...
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