The Philippines; fantastic, fun and extremely photogenic

You’d think going to a country the day after the worst typhoon on record hit would make for some very different photos, but instead I was rewarded with a country that was fantastic, fun and extremely photogenic.

To be honest with you, I would have loved to have taken some in depth photos highlighting the destruction and desolution of the Philippines, but thankfull I didn’t see it. With over 7,000 islands, there were many parts of the country completely untouched by Typhoon Haiyan, and it was a few of these islands that I got to see for myself.

This is my photo essay of the PhilippinesindexA boy on a beach

A Filipino beach

Walking through Moalboal

A sunset in the Philippines

Fishing for octopus in Moalboal

Footsteps in the sand

Lazing in a lagoon, El Nido

Boats in Moalboal

A setting sun in Moalboal

Branches and beaches, El Nido

The rebuilding begins in Moalboal

Flipping out, El Nido

Jeepney driving through Manila

El Nido, the Philippines

San Miguel brewery, the Philippines

Something in the distance

A beer on the beach, El Nido

A tricycle, the Philippines