Star City, Pasay: Theme Park For Families And Friends
Back in ’91, before the stars landed in Ayala Triangle, one star came shooting down from the night sky and descended beside on of the iconic places in the Metro. Families and friends gathered and flocked to see what the fuzz was all about.Vibrant colorful lights, countless motions, and beautiful smiles where all over the place. This heavenly body became one of the most famous tourist spots in Pasay City, welcome to Star City. Read more…
Ayala Triangle’s Christmas Lights & Sound Display 2011
All the stars in the universe fell and landed at the heart of the business district.
From my not so busy schedule, I took a quick break and had a stroll back in the big city. The spirit of Christmas embraced Ayala Avenue where Christmas displays lit the city with lights and lanterns which hung from trees and lamp posts. Eye catching designs curtained buildings, stores, and establishments. Everyone had their own gimmicks and surprises which enthralled all passers by and spectators. Read more…
Singapore: Asian Masks Collection In Asian Civilizations Museum
Vibrant-colored masks accented with intricate designs displayed in the Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore. I think they are Japanese theater mask called Noh.
More travels in Biyaherong Barat.
Roxas Boulevard Late At Night
Roxas Boulevard’s regular medium to heavy traffic decreases as the night falls deeper.
More about the nation’s capital in Biyaheng Manila.
Manila: National Museum Of The Philippines
The National Museum of the Philippines stands bold in front of Luneta Park with its Greek inspired pillars.
More of the nation’s capital in Biyaheng Manila.
Driving In Marcos Highway
While cruising in Marcos Highway, I tried a slow shutter shot I learned from a friend back in college. Setting up my tripod at the back seat and using the camera’s built in timer made the trick. I have to stop every once in a while to frame my shot and adjust shutter speed to get different lengths of light streaks.
More of Biyaherong Barat.
Ortigas Center, Pasig: All Wired Up For Simbang Gabi
Meralco Building in Ortigas Center displays a significant figure of a Christmas tradition in the Philippines. Made up from millions of strands and strips of wires, the spectacle portrays a Filipino family on their way to the nightly mass 9 days before Christmas, locally known as, “Simbang Gabi“.
This photo was shot in film.
More of Pasig City.
Early Filipinos cure wounds, ailments, and different forms of illnesses with plants and animal parts formulated by shamans, priestess,and folk healers commonly known as albularyos. The medicinal practice is still applied until the present times especially to those who are financially incapable. Instead of purchasing jaw dropping expensive scientific medicines, some people especially inhabiting remote areas of the country, prefer the albularyos, than regular doctors. Read more…