Wednesday, April 16, 2008

balayan bay's sundown

if you thought Anilao can only offer water sports and hobbies, you shouldn't miss its sunset displaying Balayan bay.and to fully view sundown, i have to trek on one of its hill. it's worth the hike.

24 comments:

Unknown said...

amazing shots! this is a beautiful place!
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Rio said...

i love the way you captured the sunset...its awesome!!...naiingit na talaga ako sa iyo!=)..

KC said...

Nice photos!
I want to go to Anilao din on my spare time...if I am not given funny freebies. Lol

Sidney said...

Beautiful... my favorite is the last one!

 gmirage said...

I love the last photo! Great catch!

Btw, show this to your friend, http://www.wassenaardailyphoto.blogspot.com/ =)

Unknown said...

luke, thank you.

dra. rio, kayang kaya mo din yan. thanks.

kc, nice. i remember those freebies.

thanks sidney.

thanks gizelle. i'll surely share to him this link. my friend is leaving by April 25. thank you for this.

Ely said...

love the sunset! awesome!

Maya said...

Breathtaking shots. you make me start whining again to go back home.great to know that anilao is still intact.
Happy ww!

KRIS JASPER said...

talagang "sun goes down"

Anonymous said...

These are breathtaking photos!

Skippyheart said...

wow, great captures again! Maganda lahat...especially the last one. =)

amazingmusings.com said...

nicely captured!! like you I also love sunsets! we are lucky coz ours is one of the best in the world..

Lizeth said...

awesome photos :)

gusto ko tuloy mag-anilao! :)

Rio said...

walang bagong pics 4 today? nasa byahe k noh?? hehe..ingat!

Toe said...

Beautiful Dong! I love how the sun's rays pass through the clouds in the first photo!

Unknown said...

ely, quintarantino, rebecca, thank you very much!

hi maya, yes. anilao is still intact. thanks to the resort owners as they take part in conserving our reefs.

jasper, yes. literally in this set.

arlene, indeed. the Philippines has 7,107 islands which also means 7,107 views of sunset. thanks.

lizeth, you really need to go there. thanks.

dra. rio, you made me laugh. i'm not yet traveling. still the usual day.

toe, the presence of clouds helps to form those rays. so thanks to the clouds.

SandyCarlson said...

That view was well worth the hike--but, lucky me, all I had to do was click on your blog! Thanks for these gorgeous pictures to enjoy as my day begins.

Anonymous said...

Great captures!
Where is Balayan Bay?

dave said...

oh my God! i love sunsets! witiwiw!

Unknown said...

thanks sandy. it's good to know that the photo somewhat help you start a good day.

ced, balayan bay is on one side of batangas. anilao is part of balayan bay which is also connected to the verde passage.

dave, surely many people are fascinted with sunset.

Heart of Rachel said...

Beautiful photos. It's wonderful watching the sky transform into different shades and hues.

bid yan said...

galing ng shots! galing m.. pang profexnal photographer a..hehe

Unknown said...

rachel and bid, thank you. thank you.

Joy said...

I don't know what it is, but sunsets in the Philippines makes me so sentimental. Great shots!

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