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Morion's PhotoTravel Galleries| My 7 Super Shots

I would like to thank Bonzenti of Contourblog , Ding Fuellos The Pinoy Explorer ,  and Joel  Travelling Balance for tagging me in this viral net links of Hostelbookers 7 super shots game. I am not a professional photographer but I have tons of good and inspiring photographs that makes it hard for me to choose the Best. Courtesy of my ever reliable and beloved P and S Camera I am humbly presenting my 7 Super shots!

Takes My Breath Away| Zamboanga del Norte
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Photograph taken on: May 19, 2012
"Dakak Escapo"


“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharial Nehru

Makes Me Dream| PAL Flight going to Cagayan De Oro
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Photograph taken on: April 2012
"Fly High"
“Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quiestest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.” – Pat Conroy


Makes Me Think| Travel going to Bucas Grande Island of Socorro in Surigao del Norte
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Photograph taken on : July 2012
"Beautiful Socorro"
“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” – Martin Buber
This shot makes me think that traveling is not just simply my passion and interest. It is my work, my art, and fuel to explore life to the fullest!


Makes Me Laugh or Smile| Road going to Tuburan, Cebu
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Photograph taken on: January 2012
"Habal-Habal ng Tuburan"
Habal-habal is a common mode of transportation  in any part of Cebu especially in mountainous Barangays wherein roads are not accessible by 4 wheels public utility vehicles .  It is also called as Skylab in some places particularly in Mindanao. This photograph was taken while I am on travel going to Tuburan (Cebu) for my weekly Unit Monitoring. I was amazed how the driver manage to balance the passengers seated on both sides (left and right extension wood) plus the additional weight of the other one at his back.


Makes My Mouth Water|  In Dakak, Dapitan City
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Photograph taken on May 19, 2012
"Alimango!"
One word- Masarap! Don't you dare to ask the price:)


Tells A Story| Surigao City Port
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Photograph taken on: June 2012
"Coin Divers of Surigao Port"
" When you're tired of your job, think of the jobless, the disabled, and those who wish they had yours..."- a quote I've read in the comfort room of NAIA Terminal 3 that (for me) fits in this photograph.


I Am Most Proud Of:
My Worthy of National Geographic| An Exhibit in 
SM City Cebu
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Photograph taken on: December 2011
"UNA" - car made from coconut flower's stalk
Taken while I am roaming around SM City Cebu. This photograph was featured in Discovery Channel's Website and was also used by other bloggers on their post. The sad part is that they didn't ask for my permission :(.
 "UNA"  is the first car in the world manufactured using indigenous materials exclusive to Cebu patterned from the 1959 Porche 356. Designed and manufactured by Clayton Tugonon, the exterior is purely made from coconut flower's stalk and rattan stripes. The dashboard comes from a blend of two-toned shells while the steering wheels and the knob are made from Shagreen. It was one of the highlights @ the 2011 famous exhibit in Manila to showcase what Cebu can do.- NORTHWING SM City Cebu


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Credit to HostelBookers 7 shots  who started this chain.
This is now my chance to Tag:

Nathalie of  My Wandering Soles
Dennis of Love Mindanao
Larry of Mi Amigo
Eli of Marinduque Rising
Eric of Pinoy Travelista
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86 comments:

  1. wow dakak ang kauna unahan talaga ...nice :D

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  2. hahaha dabest tlaga ang Dakak Dennis:) hindi ko pa nga tapos post about Dakak naunahan pa ng 7 best shots jejeje

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  4. The Crab Photo was really mouthwatering and the rest are really awesome.

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  5. TNx Franc for dropping here:) may kamahalan nga lang sa Dakak jejeje:)

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  6. That's what they said"It's more here in the Philippines...

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  7. whoah! now I was able to understand my mother when she always mentions the habal habal. surreal!

    i love the car! :)

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  8. @Ruben- Indeed! @jammy- can't forget the adventure and excitement in riding habalhabal in Cebu lalo na pag sa South;)

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  9. nice tol, nagawa mo din!...amazing shots! as usual..hehe

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  10. nice tol, nagawa mo din..amazing shots as usual!..hehe

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  11. Ganda ng mga pics! I went to Dakak 14 years ago pa, nice to know maganda pa rin ngayon. Hope they can keep it up!

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  12. @Aleah- tnx for dropping here:) actually dream destination ko ang Dakak. kust remembered the eat bulaga ad of this fame resort way back 90's:)

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  13. Nice place to go, I hope to go there someday. I want to take a picture of the beautiful scenery there. :D

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  14. I like the make me laugh photo. Very realistic and really amusing.

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  15. ganda ah. is P and S camera means point and shoot? then i commend your camera skills. galing.

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  16. tnx Arjay and bro Franc for dropping here:)
    @ Germz- yah Point en Shoot:) ty :)

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  17. Are you sure you're not as photographer? ;p Awesome shots, keep it up!

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  18. your photos depict your passion in what you do! keep it up!

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  19. keep travelling, keep clicking and keep sharing.. such lovely sights and the crab looks so tempting... :( :)

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  20. @ Joysi, Larry, ana karen, and Gemma- tnx guys for dropping here, i was inspired by ur comments:)

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  21. You have a good eye for photography! I especially love the one from Surigao. There's a sweet combination there of mystery and hope and vision. Love it! Love them all!

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  22. bro, fantastic set ito!
    Fave na fave ko yang habal-habal pic mo ever since! But the rest are all great!

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  23. NAKITA KO din yung car na yan na feature sa yahoo yata yun :) astig sayo pla galing yan

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  24. tnx bro Edmar:) Im more inspired to push this interest!

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  25. @ Kulapipot- really? hindi ko nga nalagyan ng watermark:)

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  26. Hello Mr. Traveling Morion..
    I really admire people who are adventurist..., traveler and loving nature.

    Keep it up... I will be back visiting you.. Thanks.

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  27. i realy want that crab ... thanks for tagging me jeff ... still looking for file photos which i can share as well for the 7 super shots ...

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  28. ang gand nung phot ng clouds at pati na rin lahat. Ang gaganda ng view.

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  29. Keep it up Traveling Morion. The shots are great and also your excapades. :D

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  30. nice photos! special mention to the first three ones! :)

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  31. tnx for nice comments lily,mami tess, and arjay:)hi dennis- 2 visits na ah tnx bro!

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  32. Nice photos but I love your Dakak and alimango photos best!

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  33. waaa.. you should contact those blogers who used your images and tell them to put a link to your post.. nice travel.. hope to go there..

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  34. I love the photos, seriously! Great shots!

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  35. beautiful photos!!! <3 and wwow ang las photo!

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  36. Good thing no one tagged me yet in this kind of post or I'd get really pressured. XD

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  37. The picture of the motorcycle made me smile. Only in the Philippines would you be able to do this!

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  38. Literally breathtaking posts, one image after another I subconsciously opened my mouth in amazement.

    Super impressive stories behind each of them, too. Respect!

    Now, I am reminded that I am super delayed with my own Super 7 shots blog. How can I even come near to the awesomness of what I have seen so far. :)

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  39. Ganda ng Photo mo ng Dakak! Na tag nga pala ako sa super shots naging super busy lang at nag ka sakit plus nawalang internet. Now siguro pwedeng pwede ko na magawa. Please Visit me back at www.travel-on-a-shoe-string.blogspot.com

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  40. awesome photo travel log.. inspire me. thank you for visiting my blog. lot to learn from you.

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  41. @ Cha - tnx for wonderful comment:) start u na rin ang supershots mo, im pretty sure madami ka rin magagandang photos:)

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  42. @Joanna-huwaw:) Im was inspired by your comment:) tnx alot!

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  43. @the chef- yah i have been already contacted them buti na lang nag response and they do credit me yun nga lang pano kung hindi ko na trace. thats why i am now using watermarks in my photos:)

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  44. @MArkPogi- this is cool! im sure may mag tatag din sau iready mo na rin supershots mo:)

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  45. tnx lipstick, wandershugah, rizza and adeline for dropping here:) keep on coming back:)

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  46. Thanks for the visit and comment Muhamad! you also have an interesting and wonderful photoblog:) i will keep on visiting ur blog-

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  47. It's just now that I saw what a habal habal looks like. I was wondering when my former maids told me that's what they ride for an hour or 2 going to the city.

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  48. Ganda talaga ang Dakak... Nice to know that you visit Mindanao... Balik2x po..

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  49. nice photography, all the picture are fine enough

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  50. thats true Eidra:) Habal habal is the only mode of transportation in most rural part of Visayas and Mindanao-

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  51. Panalo yung habal habal haha, ilan ang kasya dun?

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  52. @Christian-kasya daw ang hanggang 8 jan bro: jejeje

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  53. Drool! That alimango photo looks really yummy! The car is one of a kind, lovely set!

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  54. interesting and cool photos. you should display them in art galleries or photo contests.

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  55. interesting photos. you should display them in art galleries or photo contests.

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  56. It is timely that I've visited your blog today Jeff. I am in the crisis of making a decision of leaving my present job and transfer to an institution with lower compensation but with education assurance benefit for my children.

    It just made me smile and thankful with this quotation.

    "When you're tired of your job, think of the jobless, the disabled, and those who wish they had yours..."-

    Thank you bro. Hope to see you in Surigao one of these days.

    If you plan to go to Bukidnon. September onwards would a brighter day.

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  57. Gusto ko yung coin divers. Me pagka-journalistic ang approach. :-)

    I've been tagged by Hostelbookers thru an email pero nahihiya akong gumawa kasi hindi travel blogger ang nag-tag. Hehe

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  58. Love the photos! I can't imagine pano nila ginawan yung "UNA" ang ganda!I can't even imagine coconut flower stalk... hmmm

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  59. @Ryan- wow tnx for the nice comment, nakakainspire nman. gwa kana rin ng version mo:)
    @ Violy- the first time i saw Una indi nga din aq makapaniwala, galing tlaga ng pinoy- of course mr. tugonan

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  60. @Bonzenti- i can feel ur sentiments bro, minsan tlga we felt "burned-out" pero sabi nga ng line bro think and look around you before u decide

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  61. @ Viena and fife tnx for dropping here guys:)

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  62. woow! i've been in Dakak 3 years ago and they said that it never change. well, they're right because it still beautiful as it was before.. and all of the food is fresh.. yum!

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  63. I love these photos! My favorites were the first 2, plus the one that tells a story.. :D Great job capturing the beauty of the places you've been to.. ^^

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  64. you have lots of comments in here. I really love the car car made from coconut flower's stalk. ang ganda ,very artistic and creative sila

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  65. Impressive shots. I also use a trusty point and shoot when I travel. Which p and s camera do you recommend for the best pictures?

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  66. nice shots, i like the habal habal and coin divers photo. #itsmorefuninthephilippines :)

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  67. Breath-taking views :) I wish I can travel just like you para naman makita ko din kagandagan ng Pinas.

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  68. @fyhmd- I am currently using GEx5:)
    cheap pero best for nature shooting

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  69. @mami tess- i would like to thanks FBW :)
    thanks a lot guys for dropping here:) Cheers!

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  70. These are wonderful photos! I like them all but I like the second picture the most ♥

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  71. Lovely photos! Love the Beuatiful Socorro the most! crisp colors, amazing! though i am not sure i would jump in to it right away. XD

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  72. Astig ng shots mo! Yan ata pinaka dabest na Dakak pic na nakita ko. Gusto ko yan puntahan dati dahil sa paulit-ulit na advertisement sa Eat Bulaga =)) keep on taking wonderful pics, Jef:D

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  73. Great photos. Would you happen to have any from Samar that you could share? Thank for the visuals!

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  74. Those are great photos. I never been to Dakak even though my province is so close to there. Hopefully one day I'll be able to visit there.

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  75. Wow ang ganda naman nung mga pics. I especially like the first and the third one. Both are very relaxing in the eye. I wish I can travel for a living like you do. Ang saya siguro non.

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