As the saying goes, “the early bird catches the worm”. I say, the early bird catches beautiful sunrises. 🙂 Here are some astounding sunrises I was able to witness when I was in Dumaguete City:
These were taken from the city’s Roxas Boulevard which has a very good view of sunrises. Hence, I made sure to book at a hotel facing the boulevard. Imagine having this view every morning. 🙂
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The summer is over in the Philippines. In fact, it’s been rainy for two months now! We even had a very strong typhoon last week. 😦 BUT in honor of this week’s theme, here’s some summer lovin’ photographs which I took last May when I went to a vacation in the provinces of Iloilo, Bacolod and Guimaras:
My friend, Cez, and our turtle friend.
In front of Jaro Church, one of the oldest churches in the Philippines.
Braving the heat just to take advantage of this beautiful cemetery.
Is still sunny in you part of the world? More “summer lovin” pics at Daily Post.
I’m kinda bummed out that I don’t have new pictures and there’s hardly anything inspiring in my immediate environment. So, for this week’s challenge, I’m pulling a pic from my stable…another of my oh so many sun pictures. Hope you like it!
I’ve been waiting for this challenge. Sun, sun, sun. I love everything about the sun. This is why when I go to a certain place especially the beach, I try to take pictures of the sunrise and the sunset. There’s something about the sun that gets me but whatever that is I still do not know up to now. So, without further ado…
Sunset at Nasugbu, Batangas.
Sunset at Puerto Galera, Mindoro.
Sun at Bagac, Bataan.