Weekly Photo Challenge: Water


Some constituents of sea water influence the shade of blue of the sea. The deeper the depth, the bluer the water. You can see here two hues of blue. The far side is bluer than the near side. This Camotes Island beach shows the intrinsic property of water which is caused by the selective absorption and the scattering of white light.

“Coraza’s Cliffyard Resort After Typhoon Haiyan…”

After typhoon Haiyan battered the Visayas region, this rocky unfinished beach resort, Coraza’s Cliffyard Resort, maintained its beautiful physical appearance despite several structures were destroyed. Until now, as of this writing, it has not been repaired for lack of funds. If given the chance to be repaired with the right amount of capital, this beach could make the island of Pilar, Camotes its rightful place in beach development. It could hasten the growth of the island and give employment to its people with the influx of tourists, both domestic and foreign.

Canines of Camotes: “Hello, May I pass?”

Canines or dogs are “man’s best friend”. They can be domesticated or can be raised at home with man as their master. They are a close relative of the gray wolves which differ from its wild relatives, the Coyotes. The male dog is called a dog and the female is a bitch. A litter is a group of offspring and their father is called a sire while the mother is a dam. Generally, their offspring are called puppies or simply pups. I passed by them taking a nap at the beach of Kawit, Pilar, Camotes Island.

Two Contrasting Beaches #3


San Francisco Garden Beach Resort at Camotes Island, Cebu, Philippines

The Philippines never runs out of beautiful beaches. Its coastlines are beaches of different structures, shapes, colors, and makes. Summertime is the best way to experience one of these amazing beaches. But rainy days can also be fun in these tourist destinations. Although different seasons can make out different experiences and enjoyment in your chosen paradise still you’ll be exposed to the same friendly and courteous ¬†hospitality by the locals.

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Mati, Davao Oriental, Mindanao, Philippines

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Coming to this place can be fun and enjoyable. Seeing numerous ¬†beautiful scenes along the way, you can forget your tiredness and spend longer moments enjoying live postcards right before your eyes. Once you’ve reach this beach in Mati, you’ll be running on the white sands directly to the beach with your clothes on because you can’t afford to waste minutes in making a dip into the cool and clear waters of the Pacific. Once you’re wet, enjoy for hours in your two-piece suit.