Photographers need to find the light, but on Lahoy island in Caramoan, they need to explore the shadows as well.
While braving the merciless sun near midday, I combed that island from as many angles as I could imagine. (A thankless job you'd agree, but someone's got to do the dirty work! <g>) In retrospect, my defining photograph of Lahoy was one taken after I've given up the ghost, after I slipped into the shade to escape the heat. What I didn't find under the sun, I serendipitously discovered in the shadows, while sitting on a beach towel under the shade of a large tree, lazily looking out to sea. Enjoy.
(Pixel-peepers: The next time you think you've shot them all, step into the shadows and think again.)