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Dinosaur Island, Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines

In the Clark Freeport Zone lies a small, but very intriguing tourist park named Dinosaur Island. It really isn’t an island, but an attraction that the locals call Jurassic Park. When you arrive at the park, to the right are are several small shops ranging from food and drink to souvenirs and trinkets to a dinosaur museum, and the main attraction, Dinosaur Island and to the left is the ticket booth, zip lines, a small playground area, rentable tikki style tables and the second attraction, Insectlandia.... continue reading

Not just the Longest but Strongest too

San Juanico Bridge was known to be the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of seawater with the length of 2.162 kilometers and width of 10.620 meters supported by 43 spans. The bridge connects two provinces of Samar and Leyte and dubbed as the "Bridge of Love" as this was dedicated by the late Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos to his wife, Imelda who was known as the "Rose of Tacloban."In aerial view, the bridge took the shape of letters "L" and "S". The letter 'L" on... continue reading

A new place to explore.....shoot!

This month has been pretty exciting for my family.Changes are happening.My eldest going on senior high and my youngest to senior kinder.But what's really getting me and wife fired up is the product of all these change, a new place!Yep, we moved up the mountains.A thriving town called Antipolo here in the Philippines.It's where the boys' schools are thus the logical physical move.This means a new playground for me.A chance to shoot and explore the streets of this town.I haven'... continue reading

Sisterhood

On my recent adventure in the Philippines, I was lucky to meet two young sisters who have a big talent posing behind the lens!They were inspiring for me to get into DT assignment after a long period of not participating. They made the safety concept with perfection, while it wasn't easy to control the little child who was afraid of water! haha!As it's more fun in the Philippines & the tropical weather is always great for a swim, they showed me how fun it is to be on the beach!... continue reading

Aliwan Fiesta 2013

If anyone of you will travel to the Philippines this coming April, you may want to save April 13 to experience the Aliwan Fiesta. This is an annual gathering where champions from different festivals in the country meet for a competition showcasing the best in their regions through choreograph dances and colorful costumes.To give you an idea, here are some of my shots last year:See you there! :) continue reading

My Vacation Photos here in Philippines

These are my vacation photos luckily accepted by Dreamstime.Location: Dapitan City, Mindanao Philippines continue reading

An Invitation from A Filipino

Finally I was able to get myself to do that long over due hard drive inventory the other day.It's a good habit I'm forcing myself into (with great difficulty!) just so I can properly archive my files.I chanced upon this photo which I took over a year ago when I was sent to Davao, Mindanao.I was in that city for less than a day and a half to take a portrait of a business man which my client was doing a story on.After the day's assignment, I decided to heed our hotel front desk officer'... continue reading

Camiguin – an Island Paradise in the Philippines

Camiguin (pronounced “Come Again”) Island, is one of thePhilippines many well kept secrets. Despite its relatively small size there is no shortage of things to do or see. The island manages to squeeze in of sevenvolcanoes,beautiful beaches, several waterfalls, hot and cold springs for bathing, some charming little churches and a multitude of excellent dive and snorkeling sites.One of the most interesting landmarks is a huge white cross that marks the site of the sunken cemetery. This... continue reading

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