There’s really nothing more fascinating about secrets. That’s why Gossip Girl was a hit – because everyone wanted to know the secrets of the most popular kids. And that’s why Pretty Little Liars is so interesting. Can they keep their strangest secrets? Everyone has their secrets. In fact, I have had one too many mishaps in my life that I’ve kept a secret from friends and family. Apparently, however, I’m not just the one with a secret. Even NATURE has secrets as well.
Or maybe, it was just high tide. Please don’t kill me with the controversial title. Two years ago, when I went here in the Big Lagoon, there was a sandbar at the entrance. When I went there last November, that rock is the only remnant of the sandbar that used to be. We are sinking! The Philippines is SINKING!
I don’t remember a lot about my 2010 visit to Shimizu Island. I think the only thing I remember was seeing a motor lizard somewhere. Or was that Payong Payong Island? Anyway, in 2010, I don’t remember anything special at Shimizu Island – except of course, that it’s in El Nido and it still has the signature blue green clear waters, limestone rocks and white sand. So, when we approached Shimizu Island in November of 2012, I was caught in quite a good surprise.
Yes, I realize this is posted under Snapshot Sundays. It’s not a Sunday. But I don’t care. Neither should you. Enjoy!
Okay. So it’s not Sunday. Who cares? I did take some of the photos on a Sunday, does that count? Lol. Here are some of my favorite shots of the Supermoon from Anilao, Batangas. These shots were taken from 8pm, May 5 to 5am on May 6. Series of photos are posted consecutively by time it was taken. Pardon the slight attempt at a watermark, I really hate having to put one cause I suck at photoshop. Anyway, at least I enjoyed taking pictures of the moon. Enjoy!
Having to be in Antipolo almost everyday, I am blessed with some of the best sunsets you can catch on a mountain. However, these past few days, sunsets are rare, after all, the sun doesn’t seem to like going out much anymore. We are all left hanging in the rain and no more sunsets for me at least until November when the rainy season has finally dried up – most of it. But on this day, particularly on a stormy week (just a few days since Pedring), I visited Deos Hideaway Bar located near Ynares Center. My friends and I love this bar, not just because of the cheap drinks but because of the open air, the cool breeze and the absolutely breathtaking view of Manila.On this day, as the day approached twilight, the sun shone, one last time for that day and from it, a beautiful skyline and a photo opportunity with a plane in the sky. Enjoy this photo folks. 🙂