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This blog is an amateur photographer's attempt to show how beautiful the world really is. He is drawn to the colors of nature like a moth to a candle light. What are showcased here are nature's grand display of colors at sunrise and sunset, beautiful beaches and off-the-beaten track locations in his beloved Philippines, waterfalls and some of nature's great sculptures, architectural gems, and other views from around SE Asia that he was fortunate to see at one point.

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October 24, 2008

lake sebu: a simple and balanced life


It was late afternoon when I spotted this fisherman on a dugout canoe in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato (in southern Mindanao). With his paddle on his left hand, he was getting ready to leave for home after pulling his nets. I noticed he was able to catch a good number of medium sized tilapia, probably enough for his family's meals the next day.

He made balancing on one end of the canoe looked so easy. I tried it before, as a young lad. I always end up in the water.

I hope you all have a nice weekend. Keep it simple.
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the donG said...

evrytime you post something about lake sebu, it makes me more curious.

Allan Barredo said...

byahe na dun bro :D. its THE destination sa southern Mindanao. hinde lang vistas ang maganda dun, you can also immerse yourself in Lumad culture there.

mimi said...

ang galing nya mag balance nga! cant imagine my self doing that...

Allan Barredo said...

@mimi - even the kids there made it looked so easy. thanks for visit!

the donG said...

talaga? kakaintriga. mukhang babaguhin ko yata ang itinerary ko sa mindanao. dapat kasi sarangani, davao at surigao ang nakaset na pupuntahan ko next year. pero base na rin sa recommendation mo, parang isasama ko na rin itong lake sebu.

Allan Barredo said...

@dom - if you are going there in July bro you'll be able to witness the T'nalak festival in Koronadal (3 towns away from Lake Sebu and is the capital of the province). Oggie and Ferdz went there already and they have vowed to return to Lake Sebu :)

Shawie said...

wow!a wonderful shot and the capture says it all:) a happy & simple living- making the most out of it:)

Allan Barredo said...

@shawie - thanks for the visit! Glad you liked the photo

Ayel said...

I've always been amazed by these people.

Great shot. I had so many attempts at making this kind of shot but my output just always looks shabby. Haha.

See you here, soon!

Allan Barredo said...

@Ayel - thanks for the visit bro!

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