Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Rock formations [Watery & Outdoor Wednesday]


Spotted these rock formations by the beaches of Santa in Ilocos Sur, along the Manila North Road.  This is the South China Sea and the dramatic beachscape greeted this weary traveler as soon as we passed the boundary.  This was a beautiful rest stop to perk up the trip to Ilocandia.






22 comments:

noel said...

aloha miranda,

what beautiful coastline, amazingly it looks a little like hawaii too :) but i bet the seafood here must be amazing !

thanks for connecting

Dhemz said...

awesome shots...love it! so stunning.....:)

Viola said...

Oh my dear so beautiful photos!! I really like them! and the waves.. :)

Shey said...

What a great resting place to just admire the view & enjoy the breeze. :)

ewok1993 said...

splendid collection. i am partial to the first one with the banca.

Debbie Smith said...

What a beautiful spot! Love the many rock formations!

eden said...

I love the rock formation. It is a beautiful place. I can sit on one of the rocks all day and enjoy the beauty of nature. Great shots.

J Bar said...

Spectacular scenery.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Light and Voices said...

Paradise is posted on your blog this week.
Joyce M

aims said...

I so love huge rocks in the sea, where I can sit by and look further the ocean, and just listen to the sound of the waves feeling the breeze of the wind!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Wow...just wow...this scenery takes my breath away.

TREE Drifting Ashore at Sunrise

Hope your Wednesday has treated you well and you can find time to visit with me...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a beautiful spot. Thanks for sharing.

EG Wow said...

I very much like your photos of the rocks and the water splashing up on them!

dong ho said...

it's just amazing how nature works and forms those rocks in absolute weird but beautiful shapes.

Manang Kim said...

Hi Luna, those rock formation looks small but I know for sure they are huge!! Love your photos it makes me feel more homesick!! ^_^ Thanks for the visit!
Waterdrops

kulasa said...

takes my breath away, whew!

Tricia said...

Looks like it would be a destructive boat ride to start, but the water is beautiful!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Those are just beautiful Miranda. i love the blue boat in the first one.

Ann said...

How many people do you need to lift the boat to the water?

bertN said...

Beautiful coastline! How do you launch a boat in a rocky spot like that?

GoodyGirlRed said...

I love the waves crashing into the rocks, beautiful pictures. I could sit there for hours!

niko said...

oh my!!! nice shots!!! i cannot believe this is in the philippines ha!! now i want to visit ilocos nkakaloka ang ganda eh!