Travel Photography Tip #2: Work Your Angles

365.86/ Travel Photography Tip #2: Work Your Angles, a photo by jeremyvillasis on Flickr. Famous landmarks are quite challenging to take photos of as you don’t want to end up having the same… Continue reading

Travel Photography Tip #1: Never waste a good sunset

365.57/ Travel Photography Tip #1: Never waste a good sunset, a photo by jeremyvillasis on Flickr. Sunsets do not only create breathtaking colors in the sky, it also casts beautiful light on other… Continue reading

Thaipusam Festival

I always thought that Thaipusam or similar such events would be very interesting to take photos of but the sight of sadomasochistic acts worried me a bit. OK, it worried me a lot.… Continue reading

Kalibo’s Ati-Atihan Festival

Kalibo comes alive during the third week of January for the Ati-Atihan, considered to be the mother of all Philippine Festivals. This year it started on the 14th and culminated with the highlights… Continue reading

I’m on this month’s SMILE

I’m on this month’s SMILE, a photo by jeremyvillasis on Flickr. Via Flickr: I am on the December 2012 and January 2013 issues of SMILE, Cebu Pacific’s inflight magazine, as a local guide… Continue reading

Illumination Fête: Loy Krathong in Thailand

  Illumination Fête: Loy Krathong in Thailand.

Illumination Fête: Loy Krathong in Thailand

On the twelfth full moon of the Thai lunar calendar (this year Nov 28, 2012), Thai families gather on the banks of rivers, canals or any body of water to float banana leaf… Continue reading

Saving The World One Elephant At A Time

Motherhood is never an easy task and being a “mother” to Asia’s largest land animals, well, it can be just as challenging.  Just ask Sangduen “Lek” Chailert, founder of the Elephant Nature Foundation… Continue reading

Leisure + Adventure TRAVEL

Leisure + Adventure TRAVEL: Contributor’s Page, a photo by jeremyvillasis on Flickr. I am on this month’s Leisure + Adventure TRAVEL magazine with a feature about Chiang Mai’s Elephant Nature Park. I also… Continue reading

MassKara Festival in The Philippines

2012 marks the 33rd year of Bacolod City’s MassKara Festival, one of the Philippines’ most popular and colorful celebrations. Perhaps the country’s happiest festival, it is quite ironic that its’ origins can be traced… Continue reading