Experience the captivating charm and a glimpse what remains from one of the Philippines oldest surviving structures of Spanish Colonial Architecture dated in the early of 16th century.
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Amazing photos of a beautiful location!
thanks Phil! thanks for following. check out more of photos at http://www.tripperspot.com/vigan-a-glimpse-of-colonial-past/
Beautiful photographs. Did you take them?
yup! many thanks!
Thanks for the follow on my site. I have enjoyed checking out your site.
You have a wonderful eye for photography
Lovely and very evocative photographs. Good job.
Stunning photos & may I thank you for visiting and following my humble site. I appreciate all those that take the time to pop in. 🙂
Sorry I will add that the emptynest site is a secondary one, my primary one is ramblingsfromamum. Apologies for any confusion.
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A really fascinating set of pics. Thanks for stopping by to follow Backyard Philosophy. Keep up the posts. Cheers,
très belles photos et merci de partager!
I’ve visited other of your pages and find you, your photos and stories fascinating. I look forward to spending more time here. You are quite an artist.
Beautiful photos and destination!
I love the photos and a look of a place that I will not be able to visit in person. Thank you for the visit to my blog and the follow . It gives me the chance to know you and your blog. I will be happy to explore your post!
I’ve always identified a great photographer through one trait — he/she can take people to places, willing or unwilling. Brilliant photography — especially the perspective and composition – kudos!
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VIGAN – A GLIMPSE OF COLONIAL PAST
Awesome images, tripperspot! Thank you.
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Very beautiful photographs, thank you for following.
what a glory ! love the color and those places ,they make me feel a little bit lonely but very peaceful! ^ – ^
Like the monotone of images.
what talent. These are stunning, breathtaking photographs.
So wonderfully picturesed.
Many a thanks for your ‘following’ my blog. I too feel like following yours and this I do with immediate effect.
Great photos – thanks for visiting/following my blog.
Screen trip…click a ticket!
WOW – Amazing photos! Thanks for following – most def hittin follow back! Many Blessings…
This is great photography! I had missed this site when I was in the Philippines. Thank you for bring it to me.
What lovely photos.
Your pictures are beautiful!
Thank you for following.
Beautiful photos. I can’t wait to look over more of your posts, and I’m delighted we’re following each other.
Thank you for following my blog. I will follow yours as well. Best wishes, beebeesworld
Thank you for stopping by my blog. I’m looking forward to following your adventures. These photos are beautiful.
thank you for visiting my blog and for the follow. your blog is awesome, love the pictures! cheers!
Hi. Thanks for “zooming in” on my blog. Great to have you on board. Fantastic photos.
Beautiful photographs which make want to visit immediately. Thanks so much for the follow – much appreciated!
Loved this. Thanks for stopping by on my blog…
Love the architecture and the excellent photos. Thanks for visiting my blog.
your pictures are just gorgeous!
Good photos, beautifully.
A good weekend.
love the pics
Stunning pictures and a lovely location. Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed my visit and thanks so much for stopping by My Journal of Praise and liking posts.
This is stunning and no other words to describe… thanks for following and commenting on my blog as well.
I love the way you photograph. Maybe I can learn a thing or two from you 🙂
Beautiful photography. I love that you captured the essence of the ancient architecture. I especially love the one with the shutters and furniture all leaning against the wall of the old building.
Amazing photos that provide us with insights about the culture and its people. Thanks for sharing these!
such nice photos
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