Alubihod, Poblacion, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras, Philippines
During the entire trip, the gloomy clouds were out of sight. The horizon was happily blue.
Degrees of blue. Degrees of deepness.
Anchored. Afloat. Ah. Me. 🙂
Ave Maria Islet. The boatman is the guide, the subject, and often the photographer of the tourists. 🙂
Heading that way, that way. That.
The kids at Turtle Island.
No, I didn’t touch it. I have more sympathy for animals than for humans. They stripped it of its freedom for five pesos a visitor.
The new lighthouse: the guide, the light, the anchor of the fishermen.
The old lighthouse. A rusty might.
The view from one of the windows inside the tower. Inside was hot. Hot.
Trappist Monastery. A simple front.
Because I was there at the right place, at the right time.
Its ceiling wowing.
Because it becomes a habit to visit a museum. But it was closed.
Except for a window.
Let’s start with the erect limbs
And perky ears, perky greenish
Which bear fruit as sweet as these yellow mounds
Some are fated to be sliced, packed, and shipped.
Let’s conclude this album with a fallen garden.
I’m currently camera-less. It was damaged during my recent trip. And it takes $500 to have it fixed. It means 22, 000 in Philippine peso. I’m polling support to have it fixed.
Help BWAB to have it repaired. Any amount is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Blue