Our story of the three lakes of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato isn't complete without a photograph taken on the shores of the third and smallest lake, the mystical Lake Lahid.
Lake Lahid isn't nearly as developed as the other two. Instead of an endless expanse of fish pens, there are only random patches of aquatic weeds and plants. Why has this portion of the lake escaped man's touch? One reason might be it's too shallow, or maybe the amount of fresh water flowing through this lake isn't enough to support the fish densities required. Whatever the reason, remaining untouched gave us a glimpse of what the other two lakes might have looked like in the past. Made me realize opportunities to capture scenes just like this, once passed, are gone forever. Enjoy.
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