If you happen to be flying Philippine Airlines this month of November 2012, do check out their latest Mabuhay Magazine onboard. I got a short two-page story there on our brief stint in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. It’s a very interesting place covering Bunaken Island, Manado and Tomohon. Look for the article “The North Side Wonders”, below are the photos they used for the article.
One of my favorite images from Sagada is published on the October 2012 Issue of PAL Mabuhay Magazine. It’s this boy kneeling on the ground at the cemetery in Sagada during the Festival of Lights celebration or Panag-apoy during Halloween. I just can’t believe it’s been almost 7 years since I took this photo. I was still using my trusty Olympus C750 point and shoot at that time. No DSLR for me then but I thought this picture captured the essence of the festival, remembering the loved ones by burning a pinewood fire or saeng. Lori Blackburn writes about it more on this issue as well as the other Halloween traditions around the globe.
If you’re flying on board Philippine Airlines this April, check out the latest issue of Mabuhay Magazine April 2012. Their main feature is Palawan but I wrote a short article on Pandan and Tibiao Antique. It’s very interesting and a good alternative if you’re visiting Boracay. Pandan Antique is just 30-45minutes away from Caticlan. Check it out. In the meantime, here are the images used on the article.
If you’re flying Philippine Airlines this month of March, don’t forget to get a copy of the March 2012 edition of Mabuhay Magazine, their travel and lifestyle Inflight Magazine. Inside, I wrote and took photos on Cotabato City entitled “Cotabato’s Pride”. Sharing here some photos the magazine used for the article.
Mabuhay is probably the longest running Travel and Lifestyle Magazine in the Philippines. Now the inflight magazine is no longer confined inside the business class cabins on local flights or in the international flights of Philipine Airlines since last month as they have already gone commercial with the magazine now available at the stands. The January 2012 is a jam-packed 152 page with features on Beijing and Shanghai, interview with Robin Esrock and a section on “How to shoot festivals” especially on this month of festivities. I also contributed a story with photos about Dipolog and Dapitan on “Finding Rizal” from my last visit there in 2011. Check it out when your onboard or at the bookstores and magazine stands.
If you are flying Philippine Airlines this month of December 2011, do check out the latest Mabuhay Magazine. Got a few photos here in their “Manila to Pagudpud” feature, namely the Crisologo, Sta Maria Church and the Sand boarding photos. The issue is loaded with up to 200 pages for the Christmas issue. Do check it out!