Seeing Double

Posted on 4/12/13 8:17 PM

The St. Augustine Church in Paoay (popularly known to tourist as "Paoay Church") as seen in the morning and in the afternoon. As can be seen here, it is best to take photos in this tourist spot in the afternoon, when the sun lights up its facade. Paoay Church is a World Heritage Church, one of the four in the Philippines. The lamp post height differs in both photos due to the angle of shot.

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Author: Robert E. Regala, CPA

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Robert Regala is the Chief Photographer of The Great PICS Studio. He is an unconventional wedding, fashion/glam, events, and landscape photographer. He left Smart Communications, Inc in 2010 to teach Accounting subjects at the University of Northern Philippines.

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