Growing up, I’ve always wanted to travel abroad and see different sites, especially popular ones. But as I grew older, I realized my country, the Philippines, has a lot to offer. With 7,640 islands, the archipelago of the Philippines has a wide range of things to showcase, from its natural resources, to indigenous people, and to its history. From Pre-colonial to Spanish colonization to the liberation from America. My country would never cease to amaze every visitor.
Now I make it a mission to travel around my country to explore its beauty, its treasures, and to discover its history. I enjoyed meeting new people along the way and tell them about the history of my country. And one of the things I enjoyed the most when traveling is taking pictures of amazing places I have visited. I mostly use my phone as it provided me with efficiency and ease when taking photos. I hope that one day, I could take a professional camera with me to capture my country’s wonders.
So before I bore you with my story, enjoy some of my shots I took and edited using Lightroom. If you wish to connect with me and planning on visiting my country, feel free to do so, I would be happy to accompany you. You can also visit my website http://www.ronualdo.com if you want to know more.
I hope you enjoy this one, and I’ll make a separate post about our culture, history, and tradition. I would love to hear what you guys think! Stay safe!
Stone stacking at Kawasan, Badian, Cebu
White sand beach at Lambug, Badian
Mountain ridges of Cebu City
A view of paradise from Busay, Cebu City
The crystal waters of Lambug, Badian
The peaks at Osmeña Peak at Dalaguete, Cebu
Rock formations at Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Out of this world rock formations; Puerto Princesa, Palawan
View of the West Philippine Sea from the Subterranean Underground River,Palawan
Boats waiting to ferry visitors back to the wharf; Puerto Princesa,Palawan
Crashing waves, Palawan
The boats at the wharf, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Entrance to the Subterranean Underground River, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Glistening waters of Panglao, Bohol
White sand beach at Panglao, Bohol
We Know the Way, Panglao
Blue and orange, complementary colors; Panglao
The rice fields in one of the drives around Tubigon, Bohol
Bamboo pathway, Tubigon, Bohol
And me, at the top of Osmeña Peak, the highest peak in Cebu
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I am an Interior, Furniture and Kitchen Designer, and graduated with Bachelor of Science in Interior Design at the University of San Carlos in Cebu, and a proud member of the LGBT community. As I was in college, I fell in love with history and culture, and that pushed me to travel around my country to promote it and meet some foreign friends and invite them to my hometown Cebu to explore the beauty of our island and what it has to offer. Cebu is known for its Sinulog Festival, the biggest and grandest festival in the Philippines, considered as the queen of all festivals, it is the only religious festival recognized by the Vatican… Read more »
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