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  • Cemeteries: Manila American Cemetery and Memorial with the Shutter Revolution

    written by skyphos on 2011-11-02 #places
    Cemeteries: Manila American Cemetery and Memorial with the Shutter Revolution

    Last May 1, our film photography group “Shutter Revolution” decided to go on an adventure in one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the metro, Manila American Cemetery and Memorial.

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  • Out to Sea: Alona Beach, Bohol

    written by skyphos on 2011-10-23 #places
    Out to Sea: Alona Beach, Bohol

    Alona Beach is known as the “quiet side” of Panglao Island. It is a small island known for its world-class diving and beautiful beaches.

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  • Out to Sea: Virgin Island, Bohol

    written by skyphos on 2011-10-22 #places
    Out to Sea: Virgin Island, Bohol

    Virgin Island is one of the islands in Bohol province in the Philippines’ Visayas Region.

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  • Out to Sea: Balicasag Island, Bohol

    written by skyphos on 2011-10-21 #places
    Out to Sea: Balicasag Island, Bohol

    Your tour of Bohol is not complete without visiting this protected island sanctuary, Balicasag Island.

  • Out to Sea: El Nido, Palawan

    written by skyphos on 2011-10-20 #places
    Out to Sea: El Nido, Palawan

    Turquoise water, majestic cliffs, white sand beaches, hidden lagoons…this is why I fell in love with this place. A small town in the northern tip of the island of Palawan - El Nido.

  • If These Walls Could Talk: Intramuros

    written by skyphos on 2011-04-07 #places
    If These Walls Could Talk: Intramuros

    Intramuros is the oldest city in Manila. It is once ruled by Rajas and Sultans but was taken over by the Spaniards who ruled for 300 years. Intramuros literally means “within in the walls” in Latin.

  • Stamps and Ghosts

    written by skyphos on 2011-04-06 #places
    Stamps and Ghosts

    Every 3rd Sunday of the month a free Heritage Postal Tour is conducted by Filipina’s Stamp Collectors Club (FSCC) to educate the public about stamp collecting and the history of Manila’s Post Office and the famous Metropolitan Theater. We, the “Analog Nation”, a group of 35 members joined this free tour on February 20, 2011.

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  • Honda Bay Philippines

    written by skyphos on 2010-12-16 #places
    Honda Bay Philippines

    Honda Bay is composed of several islets - 12km from Puerto Princesa City in a province called Palawan. In spite of its distance, it's only a one-hour plane ride away from the capital of the Philippines, Manila. Popularly known for its natural wonders, Palawan is a haven for both beach bunnies and photography enthusiasts, which is why a trip to this city is something that I couldn't pass on.

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  • From the Ashes of an Explosion

    written by skyphos on 2010-12-14 #places
    From the Ashes of an Explosion

    Anawangin is a cove that can be found in San Antonio Zambales, a town that is four hours away from Manila. But to reach Anawangin Cove itself, you'd still need to take a boat and that will be another hour or so ride from Pundaquit, Zambales, through two expressways and a mountain.

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  • The Wood Worm Experience

    written by skyphos on 2010-11-27 #places
    The Wood Worm Experience

    Just a one-hour plane ride from Manila is the island province of Palawan. Its capital is Puerto Princesa City (Princes of Ports). Palawan is known as the last frontier of the Philippines and is also known as the country's cleanest and greenest city.

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