Here is a selection of photos taken by users National Geographic while traveling the Philippines. Enjoy watching.
Photo Lake Burnham Park, Baguio City, Philippines. Slow shutter speeds with filter and a final filter ND8 ND8.
Flashlights running during Viray festival in Santa Ana, Cagayan, Philippines.
This photo was taken during the Sinulog festival in Cebu City, Cebu Island, Philippines.
Mount Mayon, one of the many active volcanoes in the Philippines, has always been a favorite among Filipinos because of its perfect conical shape. In late 2009, the volcano began to erupt. We decided to move off to the south from Manila to Bicol Province, where is Mount Mayon, to capture the anger beautiful Mayon.
Clownfish in anemone, Dauin, Philippines.
The mountain province of northern Luzon in the Philippines are famous rice terraces, the steepest in the world, carved with an incredibly steep slopes. These terraces are irrigated by bamboo pipes and thoughtful channels, for more than 2,000 years, they stand the test of time. The photo was taken in by Ben in the morning light on the Nikon D700 and lens 50mm f1.4.
A flock of sardines, photographed at Pescador Island, Philippines.
This is one of the photos from my last trip. Coron, Palawan, Philippines. Staying on top of the hill, I took a picture of a boat in a very beautiful and clean waters of Coron.
My friends and I stopped at a remote rural beaches in this part of the island of Negros, the Philippines, and decided to see what catches this family of three. We regret looked like they threw the net and pulled them three times, but they were able to catch only about five small fish ... Father said that this should be enough for breakfast.
The reflection of the Second World War - a mansion called "The Ruins" can be seen on the "glass table" during sunset in Bacolod, Philippines. The owners purposely burned the house during the Second World War to the Japanese could not use it as its headquarters. Today the mansion attracts tourists to island of Negros, and has become a popular venue for weddings.
Photo taken on Pescador Island, Philippines.
Every year in Cebu City, Philippines, held the celebration called Sinulog. The festival is held in honor of the Santo Niño. Santo Nino - Jesus as a child. On this occasion, a one-week celebration, which includes a parade of river at dawn, the procession in the Church of Santo Niño, and other activities such as beauty pageants and street parade or dancing in the street. People come out of their homes and congregate in the streets during this big event, which also attracts tourists from other countries.
Thousands of faithful participate in the celebration of the 300th anniversary of Our Lady Penafrancia in Naga City, Philippines.
conductive in the midst of the monsoon season, the festival Mambukal Mudpack in Murcia, Negros Occidental, said the harmony between man and nature, and calls for the protection of the environment among young people. To penetrate the spirit festival participants cover themselves with fertile soil, known as clay Mambukal.
Boracay is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines. It is located in the northern part of Aklan Province. This place enchants people from all over the world for its beautiful sunsets and white sandy beaches, as well as many water sports. This photograph was taken March 4, 2011.
Filipino climbers on the summit of Mount Mariveles, Bataan, Philippines.
Batad Rice terraces in Ifugao, Philippines. Rice terraces resemble each other in all of Asia, but hardly anywhere else they are so spectacular as in the remote mountains of northern Luzon.
Farmer with his Karabaev on Mount Talamitam in Batangas, Philippines, at dusk.
Photo taken in Iloilo. This festival called Dinagyang, which is held every third week of January. Ati warriors wear colorful costumes and dance to the rhythm of drums. It is held in honor of the Santo Niño (Child Jesus) and to celebrate the arrival of Malay settlers. Some families take to the streets. Each tribe is made up of members of the Ati are painted in black or brown to look like real people Ati.
Photo taken in "enchanted kingdom" (Enchanted Kingdom), Manila, Philippines
In swamps and places the migration of birds in Candaba, Philippines, on the way home, the farmer. There is no public transport, so that most people either go on foot or ride a bike.
Wigan eight hours away from Manila by bus. He is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site - it's mostly old houses, built mostly by Chinese merchants at a time when the Philippines was a Spanish colony. Hundreds of old houses Calle Crisologo.
The monument drowned islands Camiguin, Philippines.
The fish-clown protects his anemone in Sabang, Mindoro, Philippines.
This photo was taken in Ocean Park in Manila, Philippines. Among the sea of children and tourists, a group of nuns was seen who enjoy marine life.
In the middle of the day I arrived in Brgy. Bagong Bayan sta., Maria Laguna, Philippines. I took this photo when the sky was less bright, dotted with clouds.
Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines.
This is one of those beautiful places in the Philippines - Mountain Balagbah in Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines. Do not do nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, do not kill nothing but time.
I was told that this is an old church bell time of the Spanish occupation of the Philippines, which lasted between 1521 and 1898. Bell built in 1586, when the municipality of San Juan was declared the capital of the province on the orders of the Order Augustiantsev.
Kviapo Church - one of the oldest churches in Manila. The church, in which there is a sculpture of the Black Nazarene - a sculpture of Jesus Christ, a life-sized, dark wood. The photo was taken on a rainy day. Church wonderful reflected on wet tile, which is coated area before the church.
The tribes of the Ati embody the rich culture of the Filipino people. Today, these indigenous peoples are considered to be extinct, and only a simulation of their customs and traditions can be seen at festivals.
Bangka (Tagalog word) - a wooden boat, which is used by fishermen to catch fish. This photo was taken in Manila Bay, Philippines.
Photo taken in the Philippines, it is the view from the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge, which connects the island of Mactan and Cebu.
Leaving the Philippines in December 2010, I agreed to bring one good photo of each day, home to his wife. On that day, I had no luck, until I found the children playing in the back of the jeep.
Tourists walk through a meadow on the slopes. Pulag, the third highest peak in the Philippines.
A child in a dry fountain in Binondo, Manila, Philippines
Santo Nino Festival in Cebu City, Philippines, is held in honor of the statue - a gift from the King of Spain, Charles I, given away by Ferdinand Magellan "new" Christians in the Philippines, which is now called Cebu in 1565.
Sunrise on Kiltepen.
During the tranquility of dusk in the Philippines, a fisherman swims up to the fishing spot.