I joined the 65th leyte landing photo competition 2009 for experience and self learning, and simply enjoy,… this is my first time to join a photo competition, I may not be good in photography but I did my very best and i’m happy for it, even though i did not win…..,there’s still next year!, and another years will come,. i still have a lot years to learn and explore my photography and capturing, ” this is an art and a skill and this, will remain in my heart.” GOD has plans, and i know that every thing in life has a challenge.
This are the pictures i submitted “Uniquely Leyte”
The Famous “I Shall Return”
MacArthur Park serves as a memoir of General Douglas Macarthur’s First Arrival in Leyte On October 20 1944 together with his men.
“Imelda’s Hometown House”
Sto. Niňo Shrine, the Marcoses’ mansion, reminds the people that Tacloiban occupied a special place on their hearts.
The Picturesque San Juanico Bridge.
San Juanico Bridge, the picturesque landmark that is truly ours, shows a magnificent panorama of the sun’s setting in the west. Located between the island of samara and Leyte
Viva Sr. Sto. Niňo!!
Abuyog’s Buyogan Festival lead dancer
Buyogan’s lead dancer shouts praises to the Sr. Sto. Niňo.
“Binagol” and “Moron” proves to be Leyteňos’ specialty which entices every tourist’s meticulous taste.
Performers during the Leyte Pintados Kasadyaan Festival show off their extraordinary talents in honor of Sr. Sto Niňo that makes our province beyond compare.
Original pictures captured by me: Robi Randolph,