Everybody wants them. Who doesn’t? After a long day at work or a stressing week in school everybody deserves to have a breather .
It’s a good thing that Cebu has a lot to offer to anyone who deserves a break.
And now something new has been added to what the city has to offer. Being the first of its kind theme park in Cebu City, Rainforest Park offers relaxation, shopping, dining and adventure.
Located at Panagdait, Mabolo, Rainforest Park is designed to make sure that everyone would have all the fun and adventure combined with leisure and relaxation in a single location. The place is open from 9am to midnight which just means that one can drop by anytime in between their busy day. Whole article here.
Great shot, but makes you wonder what they will simulate next, will this be our only rainforests?
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It’s Just Like Brazil: Day 135
Errrrrr maybe the other way around?
I am a photographer.
I need to take more photographs.
This is a challenge to myself.
Please keep on looking i reckon it could get interesting.
In case you want to see my work, may i direct you here : http://www.paularcher-uk.com
You can also check out the challenge at My Project 3-SIX-5 !
Three months ago I left the comfort of my home, family, friends and general surroundings in Australia. I left to move to the cold and cloudy, but ever so desirable London town. The initial plan was to move to London to study for a four month exchange and then travel for the following three months around Europe. Before leaving I was obsessed with the idea of travelling and seeing new things and doing it all independently. This was ‘my plan’. I admittedly still have this obsession to travel, however, since leaving Australia ‘my plan’ has changed, adjusted and turned into a greater and bigger plan I never really thought of upon leaving.
December 11 was the day I took off to do study and travel. The first couple of weeks saw me in The Middle East. This was one of the best encounters of cultural brilliance I have had. What made it brilliant was what makes most cultural experiences great and that is the people and the mere enlightening encounter of something foreign.
My time in Dubai saw me riding camels, eating delicious chicken shwarmas, smelling spice markets, getting lost walking the magnificent suburbs filled with the most extravagantly crafted palaces and homes. I’m not quite sure why I fell so in love with Dubai. Possibly it was because this was my first destination upon leaving home. Or it probably was because this was my first taste of delicious and real independence.
Beautiful picture, you really look happy!
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Photo: John Heredia
Fabulous shot, love that lighthouse!
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Another sketch of the mysterious woman with her birds.
Very mysterious! Great sketch!
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Makes the city seem so clean and comfy!
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Beautiful picture, you are such a contrast to the surroundings!
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Photograph credited to Russian photographer, Vladimir Lagrange. Not a lot comes up in net searches. Image probably from early 1960′s.
Very interesting picture just the same.
Found at cravingcandy !
Daily photo: Take her picture, Happy Valentine’s Day!
Very interesting shot, and she has attitude with her altitude!
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I picked up a lot of about 20 of these Art Nouveau magazines a while back and fell in love…
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Young woman watches a parade in Maheshwar, India
She really looks happy.
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Once in a while we see a tutorial on PhotoBotos.com and this photo is associated with one.
Smile – Mahabalipuram, South India – Irfan Hussain
Today we have another tutorial from our friend Irfan showing us how to create a nice image from an average snapshot. To find out how he created the above image of the smiling woman, please see his tutorial and original image below. Then check out his website [HERE] for some more cool black and white images.
So here’s what I did [and the tutorial follows]…
Very nice rendition! Check out the tutorial and original image here at PhotoBotos.com
Live for Wandering 153
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It’s funny how you can miss even the hardest times. I guess when they are over, they just become part of your collection of adventures. I’m craving to create more.
Leaving New Delhi, Sept. 2012.
Really great photo!
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