February 24, 2017

Taytay, Palawan

Abongan, Taytay, Palawan

This is probably one of my favorite shots that I took during my last trip to the island of Palawan. The tranquil waters of the swamps leading to the river that opens up to the bountiful part of the sea mirrors the clearest and bluest skies. This part of the waters lead up to the Malampaya Sound where Irrawaddy Dolphins swim and thrive together with a diverse marine life. We did a lot of Fishing on that beautiful sunny day and grilled our freshest catch that afternoon.

This post is part of Skywatch Friday that features different views of the sky around the world. Visit Skywatch and go on tour around the globe seeing sunrises, sunsets and so much more than the sky that you know at http://skyley.blogspot.in/

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    1. Thank you so much Jim! happy Skywatch!

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  2. Beautiful shot, I really like the reflections of the sky in the water.

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    1. Thank you so much Yogi! It was a really hot day that time which also gave us calm waters :)

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  3. What a place and marvelous photo ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a Happy Weekend ~ ^_^

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    1. Thank you so much Carol! Happy Weekend to you too!

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  4. Beautiful fluffy clouds on the blue sky... It must be heaven to live in such amazing place!! to be able to observe and admire the diverse marine life...

    Best regards and a very lovely weekend!

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    1. That is so nice of you! That is correct Alexa. I was able to live there for a couple of days and it was very peaceful and truly, you'll learn a lot of things where there are a lot of comforts missing.

      Have a beautiful weekend!

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  5. Great capture. Palawan looks like a great place to visit.

    Irene

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    1. Thank you so much Irene! You bet! There's just so many things to see in the island :) Especially El Nido, it's Paradise!

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