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Another clear day for leaving Manila. Seems like the last few weeks, the skies over Manila were also clear like this when I flew out. This focal length (18mm) is a bit too too wide...too much coverage. 24mm is just about perfect for shots out the win Manila, it is among the most densely populated towns in the planet, by having numerous parks, testaments, historic landmarks as well as sights spread around the town and its encompassing metropolitan area, Metro Manila.

Another clear day for leaving Manila. Seems like the last few weeks, the skies over Manila were also clear like this when I flew out. This focal length (18mm) is a bit too too wide...too much coverage. 24mm is just about perfect for shots out the win Manila, it is among the most densely populated towns in the planet, by having numerous parks, testaments, historic landmarks as well as sights spread around the town and its encompassing metropolitan area, Metro Manila.

Manila Skyline  Manila, Philippines  Mar 2009    ManilaBayHDR2     Manila, it's among the many most densely populated cities within the planet, by having quite a few parks, testaments, historic landmarks in addition to sights spread across the town and its encompassing metropolitan space, Metro Manila.

Manila Bay - Front Page - April 2009 March 2009 Special thanks to Lemuel for his pointers.

Innovative technology needed desperately!  - 9 Shocking Photos of What People Are Really Doing to the Planet

Innovative technology needed desperately! - 9 Shocking Photos of What People Are Really Doing to the Planet

http://mic.com/articles/118014/9-shocking-photos-of-what-people-are-really-doing-to-the-planet

Since at least at only a short distance from Madrid, mountains of tires have decorated the Spanish countryside. Within the next few years, the Spanish government hopes to clear the site.

Une étude photographique des plus beaux terrains de basket au monde - VICE

Une étude photographique des plus beaux terrains de basket au monde

From New York and Kampala to Paris and Manila—photographer Kevin Couliau documented the planet's prettiest places to play basketball.

Fishermen float onboard a boat amid mostly plastic rubbish in Manila Bay, the Philippines. Humans have introduced 300m metric tonnes of plastic to the environment every year.

Human impact has pushed Earth into the Anthropocene, scientists say

From supermarket bags to CDs, man-made waste has contaminated the entire globe, and become a marker of a new geological epoch

http://mic.com/articles/118014/9-shocking-photos-of-what-people-are-really-doing-to-the-planet

9 Shocking Photos of What People Are Really Doing to the Planet

The slums in Manila are the most densely populated places on the planet

Revealing aerial photos of Manila’s slums show homes packed tightly together with little room to breathe

The slums in Manila are the most densely populated places on the planet

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