These are photos from my archives---a wooden foot bridge crossing a gorge near the rice terraces at the outskirts of Sagada. The stream under the bridge is coming from the nearby Bokong waterfalls.
Scattered all over the Cordilleras are the rice terraces--carved out from the mountains by the Igorot more than a thousand years ago. The terraces were our ancestors' way of maximizing farm lands and prevent soil erosion in this mountainous region.
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