A myriad of cases. A mix of dishes. A hotpot of smiles. A melting of ideas. Our culture, Our Philippines, even 3 dimensions are not enough to describe it!
Photo Editing by: Mikko Francisco

A myriad of cases. A mix of dishes. A hotpot of smiles. A melting of ideas. Our culture, Our Philippines, even 3 dimensions are not enough to describe it!

Photo Editing by: Mikko Francisco

posted : Saturday, September 11th, 2010

Lolita E. Barcega. Lola Loly (1929-2010). May you find peace after the torment. Rest well, knowing that we will always remember you, and we will do everything to make you proud. 

Lolita E. Barcega. Lola Loly (1929-2010). May you find peace after the torment. Rest well, knowing that we will always remember you, and we will do everything to make you proud. 

posted : Sunday, September 5th, 2010

Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III - 15th President of the Philippines
Mabuhay ka!

Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III - 15th President of the Philippines

Mabuhay ka!

posted : Thursday, July 1st, 2010

posted : Monday, May 10th, 2010

posted : Monday, May 10th, 2010

Tinago Falls in Iligan. One of the most beautiful falls I have seen. It is amazing at it cascades down the whole mountain side. Experience the thrill as you jump down to pool, reaching a depth of 80 feet. 
http://projectmanila.com/blog/?p=100

Tinago Falls in Iligan. One of the most beautiful falls I have seen. It is amazing at it cascades down the whole mountain side. Experience the thrill as you jump down to pool, reaching a depth of 80 feet. 

http://projectmanila.com/blog/?p=100

posted : Thursday, April 29th, 2010

The old church, destroyed by the Mt Volcan eruption in Camiguin island.

posted : Thursday, April 29th, 2010

posted : Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Camiguin’s White Island is actually a sandbar. The fantastic view of the mighty island volcano Hibuk-Hibuk is a wonderful addition to the already pristine getaway. 

posted : Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Traders Hotel, Manila. Just across the CCP in Vito Cruz.
http://www.shangri-la.com/en/property/manila/traders
Photo by: Jeric Eusebio
Taken with the Nikkor 18-200 lens
Shot @ 18mm
3 Exposures - RAW [-2, 0, +2]
Tonemapped & Boosted through Photomatix
Minor Sharpening & Curves applied through Photoshop

Traders Hotel, Manila. Just across the CCP in Vito Cruz.

http://www.shangri-la.com/en/property/manila/traders

Photo by: Jeric Eusebio

Taken with the Nikkor 18-200 lens

Shot @ 18mm

3 Exposures - RAW [-2, 0, +2]

Tonemapped & Boosted through Photomatix

Minor Sharpening & Curves applied through Photoshop

posted : Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Cultural Center of the Philippines, the countries premiere stage for culture and the arts, located at Roxas Boulevard
Photo by: Jeric Eusebio
Taken with the Nikkor 18-200 lens
Shot @ 18mm
3 Exposures - RAW [-2, 0, +2]
Tonemapped & Boosted through Photomatix
Minor Sharpening & Curves applied through Photoshop

Cultural Center of the Philippines, the countries premiere stage for culture and the arts, located at Roxas Boulevard

Photo by: Jeric Eusebio

Taken with the Nikkor 18-200 lens

Shot @ 18mm

3 Exposures - RAW [-2, 0, +2]

Tonemapped & Boosted through Photomatix

Minor Sharpening & Curves applied through Photoshop

posted : Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

This hidden treasure, deep within the forested mountains of Besao, is a sight to behold. The water accumulating from the watershed high atop the mountain ranges surge towards this area, plummeting at about 250 meters straight down towards the Abra river. This is already near the boundaries of Kalinga, Abra, and Mt Province. Getting here was not easy, but it was definitely worth it

posted : Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Mt Sisipitan stands a towering 2300 MASL. It is the highest among the mountains in the Besao municipality of Mt Province, just west of Sagada. The trail starts at Gueday, a barangay of Besao. Here you walk thru the rice terraces built by Igorots and still used today. These terraces line the valley created by the Besao ridge (see previous entry: Besao 3.02.10). It then turns into a pine forest, with mild (20-40 degrees) ascents littered with pine needles, which turn the trail into a slippery mess. Afterwards, a steep ascent (50-70 degrees) leads you to a mossy forest canopy. After foraging through the cramped spaces of the mossy forest, you reach the peak, which is barely 2 meters wide! The view is spectacular, as you can see the mountains of Abra and Kalinga, as well as the terraces of Northern Sagada.

Mt Sisipitan stands a towering 2300 MASL. It is the highest among the mountains in the Besao municipality of Mt Province, just west of Sagada. The trail starts at Gueday, a barangay of Besao. Here you walk thru the rice terraces built by Igorots and still used today. These terraces line the valley created by the Besao ridge (see previous entry: Besao 3.02.10). It then turns into a pine forest, with mild (20-40 degrees) ascents littered with pine needles, which turn the trail into a slippery mess. Afterwards, a steep ascent (50-70 degrees) leads you to a mossy forest canopy. After foraging through the cramped spaces of the mossy forest, you reach the peak, which is barely 2 meters wide! The view is spectacular, as you can see the mountains of Abra and Kalinga, as well as the terraces of Northern Sagada.

posted : Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

posted : Thursday, April 15th, 2010

“ Iboto po natin ang tama.

posted : Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010