The Sea, The Stone, The Sky, and the Summit
Little Boy by the Window
The Famous Rolling Hills
Blame the Narrow Roads
Stone House in Sabtang
Valugan Boulder Beach
The Stone Arch of Nakabuang Beach
Overlooking Fundacion Pacita
People in other parts of the Philippines should learn how to build sturdy houses like the people of Batanes especially given the devastating aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan… (^_^)
Hi Miguel, Batanes looks so quiet indeed … i pray that the Visayas will find that tranquility as well and soon! thank you for sharing your beautiful photos, this is one place in our country, Bob and i pray we can get to someday — wishing you and your family the best — April
Really enjoyed your post and photographs ! Just great!!!
Thanks. Yours, too! 🙂
Ganda! I really want to go there
Fascinating scenery..parang hindi sa Pinas. 🙂
It’s still my dream until now to visit Batanes. What a serene and lovely place.
I love your photos, what editor do you use??
I use Adobe Lightroom for my photos.
By the way, I saw from your site a lot of posts from Cebu. Are you based there?
No.I just visited cebu thrice already this year.:)
Thumbs up for your blog and your photos. 🙂
I’m so excited to see Batanes in reality !
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