Found this sign at the Mines View public market in Baguio City. The sign reads: “Walis na matibay, pwedeng ihampas sa chimosa mong kapitbahay”
Although the rain volume during the Low Pressure Area (LPA) last Monday January 16 was nowhere near Sendong’s. There are still a few isolated flooding especially in low-lying areas, such as in the photo below. I had a little chat with this woman in the picture. “What happened to this house during Sendong?” I asked.Read More
Tinipak River is famous for its natural rock formation and blue-colored natural pool. For watercolor artists, this river should be a perfect masterpiece. Tinipak River is located in Barangay Daraitan in Tanay, Rizal. Approximately, 30 to 40 kilometers from Metro Manila. How to Get to Tinipak River? I personally, have not got here yet, butRead More
Makati Avenue is probably where billionaire corporations in the Philippines are located. Makati Shangri-La, Greenbelt Mall and Fairmont Hotel just to name a few. This road is considered to be a major commercial street in the country. This photo was shot from the 6th floor of City Garden Hotel.
Here is my Supermoon shot, photographed between 7:10 to 7:30PM. I used Nikon D7000 and Tamron 300mm lens, I wish I had a much longer zoom lens. I have to be honest with you, I slightly manipulated the image below, so it should appear as what my naked eyes saw it. I combined two images.Read More
As of this writing, the five Philippine travel destinations I will mention below are merely a dream that I hope would be completed in 2018. Coron, Palawan – favorite travel destination of travel writers, and Hollywood actors’ number one getaway. Boracay Island – Boracay is probably the Philippines’ topmost travel spot for tourists, both localsRead More
There are a lot of hidden paradises all over our beloved Philippines, we just have to rigidly search for it. Ask around, then prepare for an adventure and enjoy. One of these paradises one should go to is in Lanao del Norte in Mindanao – the Sapang Blue Falls. I have no idea why theRead More
Mount Mauyog is a mountain in located in the Barangay Tabunan, Balamban, Cebu Province. Mauyog is a Cebuano term for “shaking” or “quake”. Photo sent by Shelena.
BIR Commissioner Kim Henares congratulates Jaclyn Jose for winning the Cannes Best Actress Award.