Snaps and Drifts is a collation of my works as a photographer. Surigaonon by birth, Butuanon by heart and current an adopted son of Cebu. My aim, however, is not only to get good pictures but to capture the hearts of my viewers through my lenses as well.
Pasigarbo sa Sugbo is a grand cultural showcase of the different festivals in the 44 towns (municipalities and component cities) that comprise the Province of Cebu. This most-anticipated annual event happens in August in line with the province's month-long founding anniversary celebration.
The Karansa Festival is an annual thanksgiving and merry-making celebration of the Danaowanons to Sto. Thomas de Villanueva. It is held every September, the month-long festival showcases the city’s past and present heritage and culture.
Wattah stands for “water” as this festival is offered to St. John, who cleansed and prepared the people for the coming of Jesus Christ by baptizing them. Regardless of who you are or where you’re from, everyone — and I mean everyone — gets a fair chance of getting drenched at the Wattah Wattah Festival
The Kahimunan Festival which is dubbed as the biggest festival in the Caraga region is an annual thanksgiving celebration of Santo Niño. The festival which aims to promote the rich and vibrant culture and tradition of the locals was founded by the first Parish Priest of Sto Niño Parish in Libertard, Rev. Fr. Juanito Belino
Minglanillahanons and devotees from all walks of life gather at dawn of Easter Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Sugat-Kabanhawan Festival is Minglanilla’s highly-anticipated event that commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Sugat is a Cebuano word for ‘meeting’, while kabanhawan is for ‘resurrection’.
The Saulog Festival in Tagbilaran City, Bohol is an annual cultural affair honoring St. Joseph the Worker. The Saulog Festival was inspired from the local word “saulog” which means “to celebrate” or “to commemorate“. The first Saulog Festival was held in April 2013.
Every September, the city of Danao celebrates the Karansa Festival, an activity that showcases the city’s past and present heritage and culture. The festival also commemorates and honor Sto. Thomas de Villanueva, the patron saint of the city.
It's another year for southern adventure. Come and join us on an Affair with Time in SouthWalk V. We are adding back Simala-Lindogon Church for this year's itinerary. This is going to be one hell of an adventure guys.
With a land area of 94.53 sq. km., the majestic island of Panglao in the Province of Bohol is among the popular and famous tourist destinations in the Philippines. The island is consist of two towns namely Dauis and Panglao.
Organized by the Sacred Heart School for Boys Batch 1985 Foundation, Inc., VizMA, which stands for Visayan Music Awards, is an annual event to honor significant artists and important achievements in the industry. VizMA also aims to recognize the the men and women who have played an important role in the promotion of the Visayan language, culture and music.