Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Steep/Water World Wednesday


The greatest danger for most is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that our aim is too low and we reach it. ~ Michelangelo

A small uninhabited island in Cauayan, Negros Occidental, that locals call Pulo-Gamay (or small island).  It has precipices but has a few meters of white sanded beach on the other side.  A pity we weren't able to check out the beach---a lunch of grilled fish was waiting in the next island.:p




11 comments:

Ebie said...

I love to explore the unexplored! The island looks for green and beautiful!

lina@happy family said...

I understand; a yummy lunch is waiting :)

Wonderful watery view, Luna

Kim, USA said...

Well the beach can wait but my stomach can't wait for the fresh grilled fish ^_^ Thanks for joining Water World Wednesday

PS.
Have you been to Camiguin? I like to visit there soon and I need more information about where to stay. Thanks!

Karen said...

Beautiful, so rugged and unspoiled!

CameraCruise said...

What a beautiful place!
Thanks for sharing.

NatureFootstep said...

a very nice island.

bettyl said...

That's a gorgeous shot! I'd love to wander around that part of the world!

EG CameraGirl said...

Great quote and I very much like the palm trees on that steep slope.

Tito Eric said...

One of my favorite quotes of all time!

All the photographs on your site are simply gorgeous, including the food shots. What a fine photographer you've turned out to be, Luna.

Mabuhay!

David Smith said...

Sometimes I want to live in peace and this is a better place.
Great photos!

NixBlog said...

Perfect tropical isle!