Tag: Landscape Photography

Cagsawa Ruins

Me and my niece left for Daraga Legaspi to see Cagsawa Ruins earlier today.  Unfortunately, Mayon Volcano was covered with clouds so I was not able to have a good shot of the volcano.  Because of the extreme heat and humidity, we did not stay more than an hour in Cagsawa Ruins…

The church of Cagsawa was built after 1724 by Franciscan friars under Fray Francisco Blanco in the small town of Cagsawa. It was supposed to replace an earlier church built in 1636 that had been burned down by Dutch Pirates. It was destroyed during the most destructive eruption of the nearby Mayon Volcano in February 1, 1814. The eruption killed an estimated 1,200 people in the surrounding areas and buried the town of Cagsawa (among others) under several hundred million cubic meters of ash.

Click away!

Old Barn by Ronneil Camara Photography

Begged Ronneil to send me more pictures of his landscapes.  He promised me, he will take more pictures for me soon.  I am so proud of my fellow Augustinian schoolmate.

Neil Camara Photography

The photographs are from my school buddy in High School.  I asked permission if I can post some of his pictures in my Blog and thank God, he agreed. He is now based in Chicago and you can find him at Google+.

Awesome photographer!

Sourced Pictures © Neil Camara Photography