Araw ng Manggagawa

Labor Day in Philippines stems from ancient customs associated with the celebration of May Day. It is also a national holiday for workers in many countries around the world. Labor Day in the Philippines was first celebrated in 1903 during the American colonial government.

N e i g h b o r h o o d

Snapshot in the neighborhood of Sasa Village at Davao City, Mindanao, Philippines. This was my first image (in photo walk collection) published at the Black and White Street Photography website.

C o m m u t e r

Nakasakay s’ya sa multicabkasama ng mga pasahero atnagbibilang ng pera pambayadsa driver na abala’tnaghihintay sa kalsada.

Plaza Heneral Santos

One of the best places to spend an early morning or afternoon stroll in General Santos is at the newly developed Plaza Heneral Santos (Filipino) or General Santos Plaza (English). It is strategically located along Pendatun Avenue, near the City Hall and other different establishments including Schools, Church and Hotels.— Mark Anthony B. Maranga, Philippines…

Aerial photograph of Barangay Fatima

Aerial photography was first practiced by the French photographer and balloonist Gaspard-Félix Tournachon, known as “Nadar”, in 1858 over Paris, France.

Bata bata paano ka ginawa

The Philippines has a population growth rate of 2.04%, one of the highest in Asia. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the Philippines was 92,337,852.

Best snapshots with model Caroline Lim

Caroline Lim looks very impressionable during the photo session with the SOX BLOGGERS, she is the model citizen crowned winner last year 2011 final night of Mr & Miss General Santos City pageant.

Shamcey Gurrea Supsup welcomes

SHAMCEY SUPSUP – The 2011 Miss Universe third runner-up [ ] The 2011 Miss Universe third runner-up Shamcey Supsup arrived in General Santos City on Tuesday after representing the Philippines in the Miss Universe pageant in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 13. The residents together with the city’s local officials warmly welcome the beauty queen…

N a m a s k a r !

The word is derived from Sanskrit (namas): to bow, obeisance, reverential salutation, and (te): “to you”. Namaskar is considered a slightly more formal version than namaste but both express deep respect. It is commonly used in India and Nepal by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, and many continue to use this outside the Indian subcontinent. Acharya…