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  • Doubles With You - ripsta and zoe191

    Doubles With You - ripsta and zoe191
    Double exposures featuring images from Malaysia and the Philippines by ripsta and zoe191
  • Caramoan Peninsula

    Caramoan Peninsula
    The Caramoan Peninsula has several beautiful small islands with fine white sand and crystal-clear waters.
  • Puraran Beach

    Puraran Beach
    Puraran Beach is known among surfers for its long-barrel waves, but it is also a nice place to just relax.
  • Mt. Malipunyo/Mt. Malarayat

    Mt. Malipunyo/Mt. Malarayat
    Mt Malipunyo is a mountain range which is also known as Mt. Malarayat. It has a beautiful tropical forest.
  • Bagasbas Beach Summer Surf Festival

    Bagasbas Beach Summer Surf Festival
    Surfing, skim boarding and more at Bagasbas Beach in Daet.
  • Taal Volcano (Batangas City)

    Taal Volcano (Batangas City)
    A tiny active volcano on an island within a lake within an island.
  • The Frogeye: A Handsome Frog in a Tuxedo

    The Frogeye: A Handsome Frog in a Tuxedo
    The amphibious camera that looks good either in or out of the water.
  • Tipster Of The Day: Your Plastic Impressionist

    Tipster Of The Day: Your Plastic Impressionist
    We always thought capturing an image of reality in life is about seeing everything in its right place, in a manner of photographic perfection. But then again we are always confronted by the fact that life is indeed an imperfect situation we are in...
  • Aurora

    Aurora Province is located on the East-Central side of Luzon Island in the Philippines. Many of its municipalities were once part of Quezon Province. Aurora became an official province in 1979. This is why when I told some friends I went to Aurora, they said, “Oh you went to Quezon.” I had to correct them.
  • Fuji Reala (35mm, 100 iso) user-review

    Fuji Reala (35mm, 100 iso) user-review
    Excellent all around film: I think this film is one of the best negative films ever made.
  • Heritage Park Cemetery (Taguig)

    Heritage Park Cemetery (Taguig)
    In the Philippines, Christians celebrate All Souls Day and All Saints Day by visiting the graves of their relatives who have passed away. Families typically spend a few hours or even the whole day at the cemetery so food stalls are usually available to sell pizzas, hamburgers, hotdogs, dimsum, ice cream, and many others. My friends and I went to the Heritage Park to take pictures. It was our first time there.
  • Bonifacio High Street (Taguig)

    Bonifacio High Street (Taguig)
    Bonifacio High Street is a modern retail development located within the business and residential district called the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. Bonifacio High Street consists of low-rise buildings that contain specialty stores, restaurants, and office spaces, including flagship stores of several well-known clothing and shoe brands, and the five-level Fully Booked bookstore.
  • Batanes Province

    Batanes Province
    Batanes is one of the most beautiful provinces in the Philippines. It is also the smallest, both in land area and number of people. Located in the northernmost part of the archipelago, Batanes is about 190 kilometers away from Taiwan. For a long time I dreamed of going there but I just couldn't save enough funds for it.
  • Dinagyang Festival (Iloilo)

    Dinagyang Festival (Iloilo)
    The Dinagyang festival of Iloilo is one of the biggest and most colorful religious and cultural festivals in the Philippines. The Dinagyang is held on the fourth Sunday of January every year to honor the Santo Nino (the holy child Jesus) through group dance performances accompanied by drums. Various dance groups called tribes compete for awards such as best performance, best choreography, best costume, and best music.
  • Saturday Salcedo Market

    Saturday Salcedo Market
    Residents of Makati, particularly those living in the condominiums around in Salcedo Village, have been enjoying the Saturday Salcedo Market since it began in May 2004. The parking lot beside Velasquez Park becomes an outdoor food market from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday.
  • Tanay

    A place that you can hide after the tiring modern life in the city.
  • Boracay

    Boracay Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines. Many foreigners love it so much that they have decided to live on the island. The main attraction is the four-kilometre long White Beach, which has powdery white sand, lined with beachfront establishments.
  • Mount Batulao

    Mount Batulao
    The first time I went to Mount Batulao was to celebrate my birthday on a September weekend with some friends. The picturesque jagged ridge of Mount Batulao looks like it has snow-capped peaks but it is actually just covered with cogon grass and its white plume-like flowers. We set up our tents on the first campsite that we saw that has a tree.
  • Corregidor

    For those who remember or are familiar with stories of World War II, the island of Corregidor in the Philippines is a place worth visiting. This tadpole-shaped island, also known as The Rock, because of its rocky landscape, is only 6 kilometres long and about 2.4 kilometers at its widest point.
  • Anawangin Cove

    Anawangin Cove
    What I thought to be ubiquitous in Philippine beaches are palm trees, but in Anawangin Cove there are more evergreen trees than palm trees growing on the sand. That's unusual, so my friends and I wanted to see the place. To get there, we took a bus from Manila to San Antonio in Zambales province. Then we took a tricycle to Pundakit beach where we hired a few small boats to take us to Anawangin.