Cebu City, Philippines — The best part of relieving memories are encapsulating them in a photograph. And true enough, the Queen City of the South won’t run out of places that will entice you to get that snap or be thrilled with the vastness of the azure sky and the cerulean seas.
SouthWalk: Southern Heritage (2016)
For those hobbyists that breathe and live seeing what others can’t see, the South Walk was more than a gathering, but a lifestyle. Photography enthusiasts from all walks of life are joining in this event to capture what Mother Nature has in store. Also, the whole concept of it is visiting heritage churches of Southern Cebu in the hope of basking into the history, origins and the cultural heritage that the people are upholding up to this day. This photowalk aims to also capture traces of the Spanish Conquest and its effects to the past and present society we dwell in.
Organized by the Drift Stories, this is the third time that The SouthWalk was materialized.
Itinerary for this year
- Naga Sunrise – It all starts HERE.
- St Catherine Church – Carcar / BREAKFAST
- Nuestra Señora del Pilar – Sibonga
- Monastery of Holy Eucharist – Simala
- San Miguel Arcangel Church – Argao
- San Guillermo de Aquitana Church – Dalaguete
- Obong Spring – Dalaguete / LUNCH
- St. Rose of Lima Church – Alcoy
- Nuestra Señora Patrocino de Maria – Boljoon
- Our Lady of Immaculate Conception – Oslob
- Oslob Cuartel – Oslob
- Oslob Sunset / DINNER
As a photography enthusiast or a budding photographer, this event will surely hone your skills and make you aware of the different cultural sites as well as the unique culture of the locals in the South. You also will have a chance to reconnect with the Omnipresent One above and see the struggles to preserve our identity as a Cebuano.
Would you know someone who is interested in doing a photowalk?
As a photographer, what are your expectations during the photowalk and how important is it for you to have a good companion as you take your snaps?
Hope to see you there! 🙂
For more details, please check our Facebook Event page
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