In the sleepy province of Bukidnon lies a vast and lush landscape where hectares upon hectares of juicy pineapples are ripe for the picking. The Del Monte Pineapple Plantation is one of the region’s more popular tourist destinations. If you arrive early, you will be treated to an eat-all-you-can feast of freshly harvested pineapples.
After surveying the field, you can relax and play a round of golf at the golf course. One of their specialties there is the steak, where the cow only eats pineapple since its infancy, lending a one-of-a-kind taste and experience. Getting there is a 2 hour bumpy ride from Cagayan de Oro. Get in touch with your travel agency for more details but the cost of the ride should be around $20 per person while the steaks should cost roughly the same.
Wherever I go I am drawn to cemeteries, as the culture of death always tells a lot about the people, who live it. In the Philippines I stumbled about a variation of outstanding customs and rituals that left me partly in awe. This is a tale of life and death in the Philippines.
100-year-old Apo Whang Od is most likely the oldest tattoo artist in the world. A living legend in the Philippines, she has mastered the indigenous inking art of the batok and is a fascinating testament to the culture of the butbut people in Northern Luzon.
This week's featured Lomographer hails from Baguio City, Philippines. As a passionate analogue shooter, she frames the world in soft colors and hazy light leaks which lend a nostalgic atmosphere to her photographs. Get to know our Newcomer of the Week in this brief interview.
The young Spanish photographer Coco Capitán made her breakthrough by incorporating her handwriting in her photography, forming a diaristic oeuvre. Now famous, she collaborates with fashion houses to do the same with her endeavor in filmmaking.
Distortion Unplugged hosted a Charity Event in Brooklyn to celebrate International Women's Day! The event included an exhibition of photos of the most famous women in music taken by women photographers. All donations from the event went to My Sister's Place in New York.
Being a great street photographer doesn't mean you should be shooting at famous capitals for their architecture or their visual appeals -- it's taking the heart of humanity in the city -- and the Big Apple just happens to win everyone at that.
Last week, the TEN AND ONE winners flew in from all over the world to enjoy a week of workshops and exchange about their love for photography. I had the pleasure of spending a day with them and the Lomography staff, going on one of the famous LomoWalks.