June 17, 2011
Published on: 6/17/2011 12:40:00 PM by Lantaw - 4 comments
I'm sharing morning scenes at the Gensan fishport where the tuna bounty is unloaded and hauled, weighed, classified, and sold. Gensan is considered to be the Tuna Capital of the Philippines - processing tons of tuna daily, from yellowfin to skipjacks.
It was the clearest pool of water I've ever seen - a natural spring of shimmering azure and emerald water.
Puray is one of the most isolated barangay of Rodriquez (formerly Montalban) in the province of Rizal. When "Montalban" is mentio...
Rust and crimson colored rocks carpeted with lush green moss, crystal clear pools and icy cold waters, high rock walls draped with vibran...
No trip would be complete without that trophy sunrise or sunset shot. The odds may not be always in our favor, as sometimes nature will r...
Mt Pulag (or Pulog) is a major item (bold, italicized, and probably underlined) in a lot of people's bucket list. Being the highest p...
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