Stalking the most beautiful places in the Philippines


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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

#10 Mute Witness


To sequentially capture the last sunset of 2008 and the first sunrise of 2009, now isn't that an intriguing plan?  Except that I was nursing a bad cold last week, completely incompatible with the cool outdoors.  Rats. It's my 3rd year stalking this dream but when life gets in the way all bets are off.

At the Suba sand dunes in Ilocos Norte, the sunrise wasn't looking too promising so twilight photographers need to work harder to bring home images worth keeping. It could be as simple as looking in the other direction, and that's where this lone tree caught my eye. It has seen its share of sunrise and sunsets I'm sure, even when no one else was looking. And know what? I bet it saw the sequential dusks and dawns that I missed! Enjoy.

3 comments:

  1. thanks 4 sharing these pictures, it just made me realize how much of the philippines i have not seen!plazinge

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  2. These pictures only proves that there is an awesome God who created all the wonderful things we see around us and I personally know that God.

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  3. every bit of the picture has its story to tell and give us an inspiration, thanks so much

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