Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Pasaleng Bay [Watery & Outdoor Wednesday]

@ mirandablue
A beautiful view of Pasaleng Bay from the Patapat Viaduct in Ilocos Norte.  Pasaleng Bay is a 100-kilometer bay that faces the Babuyan Islands, and a very lose path of the Kuroshio current---a warm ocean current that brings with it a number of migratory fish from the East China Sea, the Pacific Ocean and Japan Sea.  The bay is a rich source of  seaweed and various fish species like reef fish, tuna, grouper and lobsters.




This is linked to Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday

22 comments:

Y. Ikeda said...

I would love to try fishing there!

Photo Cache said...

the bridge is empty. did you stop to take photos?

docgelo said...

the coastal lines of ilocos never fail to impress me.

Ebie said...

I still get scared driving thru the winding road. Looks like a deep drop. I love the greenery!

momgen said...

So scary curve road..Happy WW!

Mine is here

Mylene said...

I've never been in Ilocos yet but I really want to visit the place because of the its beautiful places.

casseydab said...

what a beautiful shot

march on... said...

i really love to go to Ilocos. i hope I can this year. hapi WW :)

Vrinda said...

What a great scenery.... driving cars in these curves would be dangerous i think....

Lara @ Uproad said...

your photo reminds me of one of the lakes in Romania. and makes me wanna travel :)

Sidney said...

A fish lover's paradise.
Impressive viaduct !

Kim, USA said...

Wait a minute I saw this scene at one of Judy Ann Santos movie with papa Piolo. Love the view. Happy Wednesday!
Outdoor Wednesday

Lina Gustina said...

Lovely view indeed...
Thanks for dropping by, Luna :)

Irene said...

Great roads to drive motorbikes! Thanks for visiting!

Irene

eden said...

Great shot. Love it.

Linnea said...

I love the curves that you captured. It's cool how they wind into the green forest. Very nice spot! Thanks for your visit!

Clarissa said...

I haven't been to Ilocos Norte,LM.I envy you kasi ang dami mong travel experiences.I bet you love travelling from one place to another^_^

Have a nice day,LM!

Self Sagacity said...

I love looking at these sceneries, they remind me of Viet Nam. I am sure I have said that many times. Smiles

Gary said...

Beuatiful greens!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Ann said...

Lovely place to visit, that is why Filipinoes eat a lot of fish.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

WATER

Water in a drop of rain,
Water swirling down the drain;
Water clinging to the trees,
Water filling up the seas;
Water frozen, water free,
Water is the stuff for me!


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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Wonderful -- our kind of place!