The Church of the Nativity is a basilica originally built in the fourth century by Saint Helena, mother of Emperor Constantine I, over what is traditionally considered as the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth. The basilica has undergone several changes and renovations since it was completed in 333 AD. But one of the most interesting […]
Walking around the Lake near the Old Quarter in Hanoi yesterday, I chanced upon this ironwork that was placed at the foot of a tree. I just love the thoughtful inclusion of the traditional Vietnamese house in the design. A note about Footnote: Footnote is an ongoing photo series featuring my, well… feet, taken in […]
A couple of years ago, I travelled to Israel with my JesCom Team to film a documentary which subsequently aired over ABS-CBN. The fact that I haven’t written about it is causing me constant frustration! I’ve attempted to sit down, sift through the thousands of photos I’ve taken, and write about this unforgettable trip several […]
Plaza de la Seo is one of the most important squares in Zaragoza, Spain. Just south of Rio Ebro and opposite Plaza del Pilar, the square is home to the Catedral del Salvador which is part of the World Heritage Site Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon.
It was Election Day when we decided to go back to Manila from Buscalan. There was no habal-habal in sight, so we decided to walk back all the way to Brgy. Bugnay. We were only given one specific direction by those we encountered on the road: if you see the small foot bridge, you know […]
Ibajay’s Market Day on Tuesdays is a big affair. People from the municipality’s thirty five barangays flock to the Public Market to shop. From fresh produce to second hand clothes, the market is filled with various commodities sold by vendors from nearby towns. It’s really quite an experience to be in the middle of it […]