1. Hanging Vines
Manila Ocean Park

    Hanging Vines
    Manila Ocean Park

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  2. SM Aura Premier
Bonifacio Global City

    SM Aura Premier
    Bonifacio Global City

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  3. Photographer’s girlfriend leads him around the world.

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  4. capturedphotos:

New Year in the Philippines
The view of the Metro Manila skyline from Monterey Hills in San Mateo, Rizal.
Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil  

Cheers to an incredible 2013!

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    New Year in the Philippines

    The view of the Metro Manila skyline from Monterey Hills in San Mateo, Rizal.

    Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil  

    Cheers to an incredible 2013!

  5. Sometimes, the best gifts are the troubles that you don’t have.
So I’m thankful for a great 2012 and hopeful for another awesome year!
Happy 2013 from my family to yours!

    Sometimes, the best gifts are the troubles that you don’t have.

    So I’m thankful for a great 2012 and hopeful for another awesome year!

    Happy 2013 from my family to yours!

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  6. modern-day-vintage:

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    Cinemagraphs by Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg

    By now, as tumblr users, we are fully aware of Cinemagraphs. It was interesting for me to watch this new form of GIF’s emerge from tumblr and it was one of the first great things I discovered when I joined just over a year ago. I really dislike GIFs, and these simplistic subtle animations gave me hope for what I considered to be the scourge of tumblr. To show my appreciation I thought I’d pick a few of my favourites that were made by the original creators of the cinemagraph, Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg.

    Artists: | Tumblr | Tumblr | Twitter | Twitter |

    It’s amazing how the simplest things caught in motion can be the most breathtaking.

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  7. Chicago, IL

    Chicago, IL

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  8. Galaxy Theatre,Art Moderne (rendering by Rowel Quimosing)

    Architecture by Pablo Antonio (1937)

    Rizal Avenue, Manila, Philippines


    Sadly, it was demolished in 2008.


    If only there was an extensive urban reconstruction on the damage brought by WW2, or at least a subway system was built instead of light rail,

    the infamous Avenida Rizal might still be known today as our own version of the ‘Broadway’.

    I hope that this will not be the fate of the remaining stand-alone theatres in Manila like the Capitol in Escolta. Save our heritage structures!

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  9. mike. 21. uplb. photographs. travel. my country. and everything in between. because everyday is an exploration.