Picture Feature(d): In Search Of The Perfect Beach

Once again, three of my personal photos (namely Punta Corazon, Cobrador Island and Talipasak Beach Marine Sunctuary) was included in the cover story of SEAIR InFlight Magazine’s August – September 2009 issue along with the other notable photographers.

Excerpt from “In Search for the Perfect Beach” by Cris Yabes for SEAIR InFlight August– September 2009

The room I am staying in has a balcony overlooking the placid sea and in the distance, other smaller and uninhabited islands. It has been raining with little let up since we arrived and it puts us in the mood to just sit and listen to jazz music.”

Punta Corazon photo by Jocas A. See

Punta Corazon

InFlight August-September 2009 Cover story spread page. Layout by Jocas A. See

“We must have gone past through two barangays before we finally reach Sitio Maracay-racay, where a modest, rustic bamboo house surrounded by a Bermuda grass lawn and tropical plants greeted us. The house overlooks a beautiful fine white sand beach with clean, clear, waters. Our holy grail is found! There and then, we decided this is the place to stay the night.”

Cobrador Island photo by Jocas A. See

Cobrador Island

InFlight August-September 2009 Cover story spread page. Layout by Jocas A. See


Essentials: Cover story Sidebar

Talipasak Beach Marine Sunctuary photo by Jocas A. See

Talipasak Beach Marine Sunctuary

Talipasak Beach is a secluded beach with cream-colored sand, gradually sloping seabed that is rocky in some parts, and clean, clear waters. Close to the beach is a marine sanctuary that houses untouched reefs, home to pelagics and diverse marine species. The beach is a 30-minute drive from the port down the main road, plus a scenic five-minute hike.”

InFlight August-September 2009 Cover story spread page. Layout by Jocas A. See


To read the full story and other travel features, call: +632 840.2802 to subscribe a copy.

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About battlefield_man

Jocas A. See. Visual journalist. Visual communication designer. And a casual tourist

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