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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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November 7, 2008

puray falls: revisited

I returned to Puray last weekend, still on a mountain bike. This time I had the guts to bring most of my photo equipment sans the tripod. The falls was a bit bigger than it was the last time I was there and definitely more majestic looking. I managed to get to a closer vantage point, past some thorny bamboos and slippery rocks.

I've always been enthralled and drawn to the water. I love the beach but I'm addicted to falls. And I seek them out, the more remote the better. You might be asking: whats so interesting about a stream of water falling down a ledge? I really don't know for sure - maybe its seeing something so dynamic and so beautiful. Maybe its the privilege of seeing something only a few (except for the locals of course) have laid their eyes upon on.

I could stare at a waterfalls for hours. I love to listen to the thundering yet lulling sound it makes as the waters hit the rocks and the catch basin below. When you are staring at such a beauty, you don't dare ask the whys.
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Kate said...

"A stream of water falling down a ledge" is undeniably interesting! Beautiful. Serene, even with a thundering sound. :)

Wish I could go there...

Lantaw said...

@thortz - thanks a bunch! i'm glad you liked the photo. One could go places... if one really wants to ;)

Kate said...

okay, i'll not "wish"

i will go there ;)

thanks for your comment, btw. :)

Lantaw said...

@thortz - thats the spirit! haha. just tell me if you need a guide. thanks!

Kodak Picturezzz said...

This blog reminds me of the last day I went biking, which was more than a decade ago.

Very impressive blog, bro. Keep it up.

Anonymous said...

how do we get there? are we going to pass by wawa dam?

.::. Vanny .:. said...

nice shot!
galing. ;)

missed being here! tc!

escape said...

sino nga ba naman hindi ma eenganyo sa ganyan ka linis na waterfalls.

sarap nga tumambay dyan plus konting kain ayos na.

Lantaw said...

@Retro Manila - Thanks bro! You can always go back to MTB ;)

@jessforget - No, no need to pass by wawa. You can to go via Brgy Mascap. The tricycles at the public market can take you to Mascap. Thanks for the visit!

@vanny - ey! thanks for dropping by!

@dom - thats what we did, we brought some BBQs at dun na nag ihaw :D, tapos tambay tambay sa ilog

mgaputonimimi said...

sarap nga talaga tumitig sa falls... ganda ng shot!

Lantaw said...

sinabi mo mimi! kahit buong araw, takes all your troubles away :). thanks for the visit

travelphilippines said...


Lantaw said...

@travelphilippines - thanks for the visit!

Anonymous said...

woOw..gonna try this..mg hahanap din kami ng falls samin..hahaha.nice shot bro..=)

Lantaw said...

@tawidtayo - thanks for the visit bro! sige mag explore ka rin. :)

Anonymous said...

Ako din! I want to stare yang waterfalls na yan for hours. Ang ganda!

Ishmael F. Ahab said...

Welcome dito sa Montalban. Talagang nag-enjoy ka sa Puray Falls namen. :-)

Balik ka uli and enjoy the scene.

Lantaw said...

@ar-wee-der-yet - thanks for the visit bro!

@ishmael - you have a very beautiful hometowm. surely go back for more. I will try to visit Kaingalan Falls in the future.

Tinker said...

nice shot..i am from montalban,but i didnt know we have such an amazing falls somewher in puray.........thanks for the post..sa uulitin

Lantaw said...

@Tinker - there are more falls in Montalban and in Puray area, I have yet to visit some of them :)

Anonymous said...

pwede ba amg camp jan or is it. for public use.. mga ilang oras po lakarin and do we really need to walk through it or pwede naman kahit may motor along side?

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