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Photobook: the Philippines

Aaron Lamb [deleted] says:

It's the Photobook for the Philippines.

Inspire people to go there and show the Philippines the way you saw it, not the way the travel brochure sees it. This is your interpretation to break the stereotypes.


Post your shots and give a little description or background on it so we can paint a picture in this topic.

Cheers,

Aaron @ Lonely Planet
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mobilevirgin says:

:-)
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Philippines is a land of promise and broken dreams. It is a land that is rich in untapped natural resources and yet because of greed and inept governance coupled with cases of corruption, it is stuck in a constanst state of limbo. There are many many beautiful sights and places here in the Philippines like its beaches and beautiful countryside and there are many slum areas in urban areas like Manila. A land of beauty and a land of non-beauty.

I'll start with the non- beauty everyday scene first
A place to stay - ApartmentS2is

Buhay Pilipinas - S2is AranetaAve_1

Home along da riles - S3isRiles2

Golden  View - S3isGoldenEDSA

No rest for the weary - S3isOldLady
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Now for some nice scenes
Cloudy Outlook - S3isBayanKo

S2isPodium

Ayala Ave. - S3is_Ayala_1

Serendra Sunset - IXUS850_Sunset_2

Marikina Riverbanks - S3isRiverBanks_1.jpg

Golden Urban Sunset - S3isSunset10

People of  Sunset City -S3isSunset8

Manila Bay  by Night - S3isBayNite_2
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DodgeMedlin says:

Daniel, maybe the photobook is about the people of Philippi. An entire book of the Bible is named for them, you know. ;)

Terrific photos, by the way.
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Places to visit - places I've been to

Baguio- Mountian Province. Please check my Baguio set for more photos. www.flickr.com/photos/danielygo/sets/72157594437522204/

Manor in the Morning 2 - S3isBaguio06_25.jpg

Enchanted Forest - S3isBaguio06_28SEPIA

Tagaytay - South of Manila
Taal Volcano - G7Tagaytay2

Horse Shed - G7Tagaytay3

All heavens declare the glory of God  -TagaytaySunsetS2is_7

Subic - a former US Naval base here in the Philippines that had been converted into an industrial park but has several fun places to visit like the Zoobic Tiger Safari and the Ocean Adventure place.
www.flickr.com/photos/danielygo/sets/72157600164449051/

Awesome Glory - 30D_Subic02

Ocean Adventure 3 - 30D_OA03

Secured! - 30D_Subic04

Zoobic 8 - 30D_Zoobic08
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Mark, Thanks very much!! It was stated on the main page that it was about the Philippines :) I even got a mail requesting photos about the Philippines. So I am sure it wasn't about the Biblical book of the Apostle Paul to the people of Philippi :)
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Club Paradise - Palawan - a great affordable place for those looking for a quiet place to enjoy the beach and nature away from the world. It is a wonderful place that is known for its scuba diving and a chance to view 9 sunken Japanese war vessels. A place to get away from the maddening crown so to speak :)

Club Paradise 1

Club Paradise 10

Club Paradise2

Club Paradise 4

Club Paradise 7
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Stitch says:

Nice shots Daniel. My share...

This is the river that leads to the famous Wawa Dam. A nice place to visit and to shoot as well. Read more here: www.philippinesinsider.com/luzon/manila/hike-into-philipp...

still and peaceful
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Stitch, Cool!!!! that is one place I wish I can take time to go to. :)
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Stitch says:

Go there Daniel, it's in the outskirts of Manila. Good for picnic too.

Check out my set on the Pahiyas Festivities here: www.flickr.com/photos/stitch/sets/72157600226921825/

I love the crowd
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Carambs! says:

Photos from Tagaytay, just south of Manila. Tagaytay is a cool place because it's a bit elevated. When the Filipinos want to just take a break, to have breakfast or lunch near Manila, they go to Tagaytay.

Flower Bowl at Tagaytay, Philippines

Taal Volcano, Philippines

Tagaytay, Philippines
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Carambs! says:

Here are photos of Bohol, which is somewhere in the Visayas. It's a 1 hour plane trip from Manila. If you visit the Philippines, this is one of the places you can go to. You can sunbathe in the beach, go around and see the historical churches and other places, see the tarsier, see the chocolate hills, and of course, go dolphin watching! Lots of dolphins in the morning, during summer!

Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines
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Carambs! says:

Two more photos of Bohol:

Manmade Forest, Bohol, Philippines

Bohol, Philippines
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Daniel Y. Go says:

Great shots Carambs!!! :)
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Carambs! says:

Here are photos from the Kadayawan Festival in Davao, last August 2006. The Kadayawan Festival is celebrated during the third week of August. Davao is in Mindanao, which is 2 hours away from Manila via plane. It's a laid back place, very popular for the yummy fruits!

Kadayawan, Davao, Philippines

Kadayawan, Davao, Philippines

Kadayawan Parade - Davao, Philippines
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Aaron Lamb [deleted] says:

Sorry about the spelling error there!!!

Loving this Photobook, tons of opinion and passion about a wonderful place and that comes across with these vivid shots.
Keep them coming!
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Carambs! says:

Bolinao is 5-6 hours north of Manila, very near Patar Beach and near Hundred Islands, another nice destination.

That's one nice thing here in the Philippines, we can just go on roadtrips every weekend! :)

Patar Beach, Pangasinan

Sunrise at Alaminos

Sunset at Patar Beach, Pangasinan

Sunset at Patar Beach, Pangasinan
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Carambs! says:

And here's Baguio! Around 5 hours north of Manila via car, Baguio is called the Summer Capital of the Philippine because it's always cool there, being elevated and all. It's known for strawberries! Good place to visit are Camp John Hay and Minesview Park. Restaurants to try out are Cafe by the Ruins, Oh My Khan, Rosebowl, Chocolate de Batirol.

Baguio View

Hanging Bridge at Camp John Hay, Baguio

Baguio, Philippines
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Carambs! says:

Pagudpud is at the northern tip of Luzon, around 10-12 hours away from Manila via car. It's in Ilocos Norte, and it's known for the beautiful Saud beach, the windmills, and the Patapat Viaduct. Definitely worth visiting!

Patapat Viaduct

Saud Beach, Pagudpud

Saud Beach, Pagudpud

Saud Beach, Pagudpud
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* jdt... (shabba!) says:

hi. thanks for the invite to join... uhm... i don't have any photos to match the ones posted yet... hold on a bit i'll look...
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* jdt... (shabba!) says:

hope this is will do. these are just pictures i took of moments wherein i feel so proud of being a pinoy.... one of the many good things about us, Filipinos is our devotion and faith in God... that, i believe, is where we find the strength to smile through everything bad that comes our way... we always find hope in everything...

collective faith

be like children

these are taken inside our parish church after the sunday mass...

LRT2commuter

one of the few times the LRT2 is not full of commuters

168 at lunch on a holiday

this is taken in a mall which i like to call -- the melting pot of pinoy shopping...
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-=regina=- says:

Here is a view of the farmlands you would pass through while travelling along North Luzon Expressway.

magtanim ay di biro
magtanim ay di biro
farmers
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-=regina=- says:

Unibersidad ng Sto. Tomas is one of the top universities of the Philippines
walking around UST
walking around UST
walking around UST
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-=regina=- says:

And though I'm from Baguio, I currently have one photo uploaded suited for this showcase. This is Kennon Road. Engineered by the Americans and built by the Filipinos and Japanese.
kennon road
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ferdzdecena says:

Nice Photobook Theme. I'm very proud of my country Philippines. Despite having major political problems, it has enough natural wonders scattered on it's 7107 Islands.

From the sweeping landscapes of Batanes like the Naidi Hills
Naidi Hills

The famous amphitheater rice terraces of Batad:
The famous Batad Terrace

Scenic Resorts such as Sabin in Ormoc
sabin_19

Hidden beaches at Caramoan Peninsula
Matukad Island top view

And one of the best sunsets in the world can be seen at the famous Boracay
bora_09

There are a lot more interesting sights here which are very diverse. Will post some Zamboanga, Basilan and South Cotabato soon which has attractions and culture very different from the rest upper portion of the Country.
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Aaron Lamb [deleted] says:

Wow - The famous amphitheatre rice terraces of Batad:

I'm sitting at my desk in London and the Lonely Planet office is covered in scaffolding at the moment when I saw that shot. It put a huge smile on my face so thanks for that!!!
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Lenareh™ says:

Hi thanks for your invitation here on Lonely Planet - Photobook. As I am from the province of Quezon, the Philippines I am sharing some photos of the famous Lucban Pahiyas Festival held every 15th of May in honor and thanksgiving of the farmers to their patron saint San Isidro Labrador. Houses are decorated with colorful kiping and various farm harvest. The feast dates back from the time of Spanish colonization. a bit of info about Quezon Province is at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quezon www.pahiyasfestival.com/ and www.quezon.gov.ph/
Kiping - Pahiyas Festival
Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon

Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon

Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon

Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon
Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon

Pahiyas Festival, Lucban, Quezon
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bwillib says:

here are my photos of IFUGAO in the Cordillera Mountains, North Luzon. It shows the RICE TERRACES in Batd and Uhaj. what makes the cordillera rice terraces unique is their being a magnificent engineering work in irrigation, still unrivaled in use and majesty by any modern work. unlike India's Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Egypt, the Cordillera Rice Terraces were made 2000 years ago NOT BY SLAVES, and not for any other purpose, but BY FREE PEOPLE (Highland FARMERS) and for food cultivation.

here are the photos!

ifugao bliss too
RICE TERRACES IN UHAJ, IFUGAO ON A SUNSET


planting rice is fun
FRIENDSHIP FORMED WHILE WEEDING THE RICE PADDIES IN UJAH


pila-pila sa pilapil
BATAD RICE TERRACES, ON OUR WAY TO TAPPIYAH FALLS


galit si apo
WARNING: this old man got mad at me when he saw that i was taking picture of him; people in Batad, Ifugao don't want visitors/tourists stealing shots of them; you have to ask their permission...for a reasonable fee...and sometimes for free! they are not generally a warm people; very wary of visitors
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bwillib says:

sorry for the inconvenience, i copied the "large" size of my photos...really sorry for the inconvenience... :(
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bwillib says:

i traveled to Ilocos Region (Northern Luzon) last year and these are my shots.

locked in pleasure
THIS WAS TAKEN ON A HIGH TIDE AT HIGH NOON, IN CURRIMAO, ILOCOS NORTE. THE ROCKS ARE ACTUALLY DEAD CORRALS


calling
PAOAY, ILOCOS NORTE; a beautiful Catholic church, whose outside features resemble those of Indonesia's Burubudor; designed that way to resist tremors that often visit the place; just a few meters away from the church yard is a fastfood house that sells delicious pizza only found in Paoay.
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Leslie Gonzales says:

unfortunately, i live in the city, plane rides away from where these were all taken:












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Aaron Lamb [deleted] says:

So what is the most surprising aspect to you individually about the Philippines?
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OgGie Duque [deleted] says:

a typical day in Wawa Dam Montalban, Rizal. they use bamboo rafts in transporting goods.
Daily Life in Wawa

Daily Life in Wawa II
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TrailSeeker_ says:




Vigan, Philippines

A place where you can see how the cultural heritage of Philippines.
began during 15th century..

:-)
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asuy [deleted] says:

the one thing that I would definitely boast out of philippines is the number of beautiful beaches here. q=) Here's a picture of some of the beaches found in the near islands in Davao.

ISLA RETA, Talikud Island
Wages of War I just wanna be on the beach

wake up it's time to sail! It's just nice to sit and appreciate everything

Paradahan ng bangka Early Morning Fishing
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TrailSeeker_ says:

The Immortal Sunset of Vigan...






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Beef Jerkey says:

Here are some photos that I took in the mountains of Zamboanga. Sadly, most countries have advisories against travelling to this area, and usually there is no insurance coverage in this area. It is a hotbed for terrorism, which is unfortunate, because the land is beautiful.

dawn

another dawn shot - unedited

dawn in the mountains of Zamboanga
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Sun Dei says:

The Philippines has the best beaches. These are photos from world-famous Boracay.
bora shore
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Sun Dei says:

whisky&ez

postcard

boat jump

And this one is from Subic.
kuya on the rocks
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Sun Dei says:

The Philippines also has the most colorful festivals. I've only been to the Ati-Atihan (which happens every January in Aklan) but I plan to experience all of them. :-)

Ati Party

niño

kabog
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Sun Dei says:

Compared to other countries, life here is still a struggle. Amazingly though, people are very laid-back.

two bitches

day bed
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robertwillem2 says:

Here are some photo's I took during my trip around the beautiful Island of Leyte. It is merely famous because in WWII General Mc Arthur landed here and the batle in the Gulf of Leyte in the years before. The people are very friendly and the atmosphere is very relaxed. No problem finding lodging and good food either!!

Philippine Happy Family

Palompon Youth Philippines

6 times Philippino 007
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Jun Acullador says:

Newest landmark in the Philippines

The Globe of Mall of Asia


7th Largest Mall in the World

Mall of Asia, 7th Largest Mall in the World


One of Makati City's hotels

Mandarin Oriental Manila


Manila City Hall
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Makati City's high rise condominium

One Roxas Triangle

Manila City underpass

Manila Underpass 1


Manila Cathedral

Manila Cathedral 1
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Jun Acullador says:

Manila City Hall

Manila City Hall

Historical ruins in Intramuros, Manila City

Baluarte de San Diego 1


Rajah Sulayman Fountain, Manila

Rajah Sulayman Fountain

Old Manila

Manila City Scene


New Manila


Manila City Scene
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Jun Acullador says:

MRT near Shaw Boulevard Station, Mandaluyong City

MRT


More than 300 year old Sts. Peter & Paul Church, Calasiao, Pangasinan

Calasiao Landmark
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Jun Acullador says:

Market! Market! Mall, Taguig City

Mall Rats


This is where I live in Makati City

Apartment for Rent


100 Islands, Pangasinan
100 Islands Philippines
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robertwillem2 says:

Here are some more photo's from my trip on the beautiful island of Leyte. I traveled from Tacloban (airstrip with regular flights from Manilla) on the east side to Palompon on the the west side. The sunsets are really spectecular with big bats flying in the air. I also enclose a photo of the big monument for the coming ashore of general Douglas Mc Arthur to the Philipines in October 1944.

Philippine Boats

East China Sea, Leyte, Philippines

Philippines city of Palompon, Leyte

East China Sea, Leyte, Philippines

Palompon harbour Leyte Philippines

General Mc Arthurs memorial Philippines
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SyndeeRella says:

Philippines have been known worldwide because of the famous beach, Boracay. From then 'till now, the island have been inviting tourists and even local Filipinos to enjoy nature's pleasure: white sand beach, fresh air, lovely sunset, inviting water; a wonderful place to escape the pressure of work. Enjoy the adventure of para-sailing, banana boat, snorkling, island hopping (visit the caves with clear blue water), and don't miss the fun of night life in a beach!

Boracay

white white sand

on to the boat, continue the trip

a different kind of accomodation

I need a huge sardine can
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jennifer rombaoa says:

the manila bay
very beautiful sunset I've ever seen in the world.
absolutely spectacular



sun down

sunset 2

the bay

bye sunshine
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m dee88 says:

Here's my share! Thank you Lonely Planet Europe's Aaron for the thread!

PALAWAN
el nido

BATANGAS
eagle point, batangas, philippines

BORACAY
napping in boracay

ON THE FLIGHT TO PALAWAN
propeller adventures

TRINOMA MALL, QUEZON CITY
10:00 PM

SUNSET OVER MANILA
half & half
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celinecats says:

Hi there!
I would also like to share some pictures from EL Nido Palawan. For such a quaint and small town, this area holds a lot of wonderful scenic spots -- from the breathtaking caves to the whitest and finest sand beaches that I have ever seen! (They're much better and pristine than Boracay). It's a pity, though, that some coral reefs are now damaged due to the unmindful tourists and locals who collect some species and/or who dock their boats right above those corals...

Entalula Island


white sand at Entalula island




Snake island. You can walk along that sand bar and cross from one isand to another.



Big lagoon


outside small lagoon. The small lagoon itself is only accessible by kayaking or by swimming.

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eunicecruz.ikalawa says:

kalesa

casa manila
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Jun Acullador says:

Glorietta Mall in Makati City

Glorietta
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cb_agulto says:

I'd like to share some photos of Philippine Churches. A large percentage of the population is Roman Catholic, and you can find churches and chapels in almost every barangay. Here are some of the bigger churches and cathedrals:

Manila Cathedral, Intramuros, Manila
Manila Cathedral

San Agustin Church, Intramuros, Manila
San Agustin Church

Vigan Cathedral, Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Vigan Church

Paoay Church, Paoay, Ilocos Norte
Paoay Church

San Sebastian Church, Manila
dsc_8429.jpg_1 copy.jpg

Quiapo Church, Manila
Quiapo Church

Inside Sta. Cruz Church, Manila
Sta Cruz Church

Baguio Cathedral, Baguio
DSC_5240

Church of the Gesu, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City
Church of the Gesu

Church near SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Church
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riacale says:

Baguio City Sunset from the SM Baguio Mall.

I love the Philippines for what it has to offer and the potential for something so much greater.

Baguio Sunset Sky
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TrailSeeker_ says:

Ilocos Norte...

darkness
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gandangjaz says:

visit this site dabeng.multiply.com/photos
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Jun Acullador says:

Manila City Hall

Manila City Hall 2

Manila City

Manila City 7

Mandaluyong City

Mandaluyong City
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Jun Acullador says:

Makati City

Makati2
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Experiencing says:

Adjusting pupils:)

The Philippine Tarsier and the Tarsier in general is believed to be the world’s smallest monkey.

Calling the Philippine tarsier a monkey is bit wrong as it is neither a monkey nor a primate. It falls somewhere in between.To get an idea as to the size of this Tarsier, try to remember that the Philippine Tarsier is about the size of a rat. The Tarsier weighs somewhere between 60 and 160 grams and is between 90 and 165mm in height.

This cute little Philippine Tarsier Monkey will fit very comfortably in your hand. Being nocturnal hunters, the Tarsier has huge eyes which are just perfect for night vision and has oversized ears, any movement will be heard. Another unique characteristic the Tarsier has, is the ability to swivel it’s head 180 degrees, pretty clever little things.
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Experiencing says:

Whitesand Beach, Boracay, Philippines

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gandangjaz says:

Tagaytay City
1. Taal Volcano



2.Pink sister convent and garden



3. peoples parks(palace in the sky of marcoses)


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Balut in Makati, Philippines


Alabang looking towards Makati


Alabang Children


Wet Market in Alabang


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Ari V says:

Beach boy

This is picture of a beach boy from Davao City, Times beach. These guys were having a lot of fun on a beach doing all kinds of acrobatics.
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Petter Lindgren says:

Here are some underwater shots from various parts of the Philippines.

Green turtle that I encountered when diving at Balicasag, Philippines:
Green Turtle

I saw this big red jellyfish when snorkeling outside El Nido in Palawan, Philippines:
Red Jellyfish

Green turle hiding in the coral at Apo Island, Philippines:
Turtle

Swirling Jacks at Apo Island, Philippines.
Swirling Jacks

Nudibranch (Nembrotha cristata) at Apo Island, Philippines:
Nudibranch (Nembrotha cristata)

/Petter Lindgren
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Jill .... back in the Philippines says:

i love my country

Boracay Sunset

PB022238

sunset in Boracay

just relaxing
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bunnyc says:

Taken from Friday's Boracay

boracay2

Sunset from Mt. Pulag's (the 2nd highest mountain in the Philippines) campsite.

pu 028.jpg

Trekking thru Mt. Pulag's grasslands

pu 079.jpg

Sunflower from Baguio City

pu 124.jpg

A foggy morning at Mt. Daguldol's campsite

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A forest in General Nakar, Quezon Province

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nigel@hornchurch says:

Since the Spanish occupation, the Philippines has become a very religious country.
Because of the Spanish connection over 90% of the population is catholic.
It has the largest christian population in asia.

It has become traditional at Easter for travelling religionists to re-enact the Easter christian story.
Here are some pictures taken at Easter 1995.

EasterVigan001

EasterVigan004

EasterVigan005

EasterVigan007

EasterVigan010

EasterVigan011 (revised crop)

EasterVigan014

EasterVigan016

More in this set.
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Carambs! says:

Sinulog 2008, Cebu City

Sinulog 2008 - Masks!

Happy faces!  Sinulog 2008

Sinulog 2008

Sinulog 2008
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aimbug says:

Diving in Boracay, Philippines

Diving in Boracay, Philippines
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nymph'sclick says:

The Philippines is really a paradise for tourists. Lots of scenic spots, white beaches plus the tropical climate awaits every visitor in the Philippines. Believe me...I'm a Bicolana, proud to be Pinoy.
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Jayson Tan says:

cayangan lake

i took this picture in palawan. cayangan lake near coron island.
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Jayson Tan says:

bannana island

this one is also from palawan. banana island.
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Jayson Tan says:

seashore

bolinao, pangasinan. the beach streches for miles.
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alex felipe says:

"Ano Po?"
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dengski says:

skyline_orange

Sunset over Cubao.
Cubao is one of the many urban centers in Metro Manila.
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dengski says:

murphy

Another look on Cubao.
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m dee88 says:

How 'Bout A Swim
here's another from boracay.
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abie.co says:

Life is hard in the Philippines but there are millions of reasons why it has one of the lowest suicide rates - the people here are resilient, they're mostly willing to help other people, and our country is utterly beautiful:

Fisherman at the fish farm
taken at a fish farm in Dagupan, Pangasinan

View from Children's Island
taken from Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan

Fisherman
sunset at the Manila Bay
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glenOX [glen navarra] says:

Ati is a Negrito ethnic group in Panay Island,Philippines

Ati
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It's Stefan says:

Manila Street Life

Tricycle

Taxistas

Manila Taxi

Street Life

On the Beach

Manila Nights

Harmony
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Lumari says:

TARSIER
TARSIER is an endangered species that is considered to be the smallest Primates but has a tail that resembles a rat. It is only as big as my fist. Taken from the island of Bohol.
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Lumari says:

Cheeky Monkey
This monkey hissed as i clicked and so the result looks like it is smiling.
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Lumari says:

INSYNC
Farmers in Harmony... taken in the island of Leyte.
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Lumari says:

LOBOC
Loboc River in Bohol.
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Lumari says:

church and rainbow
Church and Rainbow taken near St. Bernard, Leyte.
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Lumari says:

Alona beach, Bohol.jpg
Alona Beach in Bohol.
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benny yap says:

Here is my take on the Philippines; a cluster of islands rich with culture, diversity, talent, and a whole lot of love. I want to show another side of the Philippines; not just the beauty of our natural surroundings, but also the beauty of our people and the things we do.

- White Island, Camiguin -
This is actually a sand bar some 10 minutes off the coast of Camiguin
starting young

- University of the Philippines 100th Year Anniversary / Sandwich Album Launch -
The girl singing is Sarah Marco, vocalist of Taken by Cars
<S> marks the spot @ the UP Fair

- Spare Rib Rice from Le Ching's, Greenhills Shopping Centre -
This has got to be THE BEST Spare Ribs in the Philippines. Try the sauce, it is HOT!
Spare Rib Rice with Chili Sauce

- The MRT with a light load of passengers -
holding on

- A boy trying to cool down from the summer heat / Ice Cream vendor keeping his Ice Cream in the shade!
escaping the heat
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dachalan says:

A school of silver batfish under the pier at Dauin, Negros:
Silver batfish

A few in closeup:
Silver batfish

A school of jacks at Apo Island:
School of jacks
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jvnunag says:

Amarela Resort, Bohol, Philippines

Amarela Resort
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westius says:

Here are some of my shots from the Philippines - what a lovely place

The day started so well....

Full bus in Bacolod

Duck embryo

Duck embryo 2
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paprikaOptic says:

Ile de Boracay, Philippines
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narlamcab says:

Treasure of the Sea..

Botolan, Zambales
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narlamcab says:

Volcano with in a volcano

Green Flame..
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narlamcab says:

First Republic in Asia

Pagbabalik -tanaw
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narlamcab says:

One of the World's Best Natural Harbor

Manila Yacht Club
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narlamcab says:

Spanish Heritage in Asia..Villa Fernandina, Philippines

Looking Back..
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glazaro says:

El Nido, Palawan's warm, turquoise waters are beautiful and soul-soothing.

The Small Lagoon of El Nido, Palawan
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topazfoto says:

I lived in Manila for 10 years and never acquired a taste for:

Chicharone

However, I did learn to drive in the astounding traffic:

Filinvest Exit Ramp in Rain

I also found the mix of cultures and religions wonderful.

Santos in Red Box
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