Sunday, June 20, 2010

ending a day in calaguas

seeing the sun going down with the rest of the group who positioned themselves on top of rocks after passing by hip-deep waters. we had the whole island by ourselves. this was our last stop for the day. unlike the other side, which is rocky and untouched, this shoreline has all the signs that it has been occupied by campers. remains of burned twigs and darkened rocks and a small damaged cottage.the hills though from afar looks ordinary but when one sets foot in the island, the bushes becomes a very interesting sight. it was like an ornamental field, a natural landscape. the boatman didn't rush us from taking shots, in fact they chose the sites where we can explore the island. each climbed over a huge rock to get a view of the sunset. it was cloudy and so there was not much to shoot, yet the fact that we get a great view of the other islands, it was relaxing. we ended the day just as i wanted it.we then left the island, our boat man decided to pass by the last island and made our way back to our camp site. a night of short stories and good cooked food kept us awake until midnight.

27 comments:

Heart of Rachel said...

The bundles of grass look interesting.

It must be a great experience to camp under the stars and beside the sea.

ghienoxs™ said...

ganda talaga ng calaguas.
Happy Fathers Day sa lahat ng tatay sa mundo

nuts said...

imagine ko na lang mag camp.. parang ang tahimik with only beach waves to hear at night. pano kung wala moon, super dilim, ganon?

Sendo said...

palaging nasa isip ko ang calaguas promise haha...pag tinatanong ako kung saan magbabakasyon after the exam...sagot ko parati.. calaguas..calaguas...

journeyingjames said...

hi sir dong! thanks for visiting the blogsite. i find your site very interesting. i must say that your photos are a feast to my eyes. my feet are pleading for calaguas soon! oh btw, i added you on my blogroll. thanks again for visiting the blog.

Ailee Verzosa said...

parang ang sarap magCamping ah... ehehe taz pag gabi star-gazing...

Pietro said...

The views of the hill with the bushes are so interesting. Fascinating the sunset photos!

gillboard said...

ang cool naman nung camping. looks enjoyable.

Photo Cache said...

Love to camp there. Ang sarap siguro ano? I really like those grass too.

tim said...

i love the shots.. awesome man..

fufu said...

damn... it's still cold here in germany... why dont you bring me to the beach with you??

pusang kalye said...

talagang nagalugad nyo ang Calaguas Dom...and don't tell me it all happened during the weekend lang? ito ang isang bagay na gusto ko talagang ma-experience, ang mag-camp sa beach. nalala ko lang sa Dingalan Aurorra, natulog kami sa tabi ng dagat pero me kubo don. iba parin pag sa buhangin ka talaga e.


Kung palakaibigan ako Dom---anu na tawag sayo...hinliliit lang ako sa social skills mo. hehe.

now i know kung sang area ka. hehe. tumira ako sa Talon Las Pjunas way back 1st year High school.

the donG said...

>rachel, it is. the bundles are just great photo subjects.

>ghienoxs, yes. maganda talaga. salamat sa pagbisita sa eskapo.

>nuts, sobrang dilim pero sa dalawang beses na nandun kami labas na labas ang buwan kaya kahit papaano may nakikita.

>sendo, hahaha... sabihan mo ko pag pupunta ka.

>james, salamat din sa pagbisita at pagsama sa blogroll. sulit talaga ang calaguas pero ingat lang kung tag ulan dahil malalaki ang alon at mahaba ang byahe. pero sulit talaga.

keep running.

>ailee, star gazing there is perfect! on our first trip there, ive seen the most beautiful night sky view.

>pietro, thanks!

>gillboard, enjoy talaga lalo na pag masaya ang mga kasama.

>photocache, you'll have endless campsites. there's just too many space for everyone. let's just hope nobody abuses the place.

>tim, salamat!

>fufu, fly now.

>ton, bale dalawang weekend tong feature ko sa calaguas. pero isang weekend naman sulit na. kailangan mo ngang subukan matulog sa tent kasi sarap sa likod ang mga pinong buhangin.

oo dito lang ako medyo malayo pa kami konti sa las pinas pero madalas din ako dun.

Luna Miranda said...

the first photo is so beautiful! i miss camping, yong walang ulan ha!:p

SandyCarlson said...

That was a beautiful day from start to finish.

alicesg said...

How lovely to have the whole island to yourselves. Must be great to camp in the night on the island.

Bengbeng said...

jus by looking at the pics i feel like i was there with my photo enthusiast pals.thx for sharing

witsandnuts said...

The boatman is so considerate. Good for photo and travel enthusiasts. =)

Raft3r said...

para sa akin, going home after a trip is the hardest
hehe

Graphic Designer (also the Roadside Reviewer) said...

i love shots like the 1st one wherein you had to kiss the ground. it was like going back to being a child and not minding how your body is all over the ground and oh-so messy.

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Technology and Informations said...

really beautiful and very fitting for my soon to visit.

healthy live said...

thank you for this excellent info, I would like to visit there.

Technology said...

very good, the quality of the natural beauty of incredible ..

bobby said...

beautiful, beautiful, interesting ... that's no good at these places .. I like that.

Finance Business Corner said...

I like it, and I'm sure everyone would like to place this good, I was eager to visit it for the sake of my family happy.

7a'faR said...

really great camp vacation!!

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