The more we see of the world, the richer we become
Definitely scary for me. Pero ang ganda ng place, worth facing all the fears!
How breathtaking, Luna! I emailed you sites of my secret garden...Christine
This is lovely sunday bridge !Beautiful captured : )
Beautiful..thanks for sharing, Miranda. Following you from India and enjoying all this beauty you share.
A bamboo bridge, how adorable and your picture is awesome, love this angle!Happy SundayLéia - Bonjour Luxembourg
That one is the most impressive! Keep them coming Dear. Lucky you.
Oh how wonderful! Perfect place for drinks! ;)
What a picturesque site. Very zen looking.
Incredible construction, I love it!
What a lovely little bamboo pagoda with nipa roof! I would venture to cross that bridge to get to it for sure!
That is interesting. The view must be great from there.
The bridge and, in fact, the whole area is very picturesque!
I am loving all the exotic bridges you post, especially this one! Looks like a romantic place to relax and watch the sun set :-D
it's so camotes. a friend of mine went there and he took similar shots. i just see it every month from the air but never been there.
Good view of how high up you are!
Hi!Today I share with you "The Sunday Bridge" at Louis Blog.You´posted a very nice picture.Best regards from ArgentinaElisa
Now those are very charming bridges connecting those little islets. I'd love to hang out there and watch the water and sky. Thanks for visiting my post! Enjoy the day.
Love this bridge shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
WOW! That made «Louis'» acrophobia kick in!Nonetheless, a neat contribution to Sunday Bridges!
It is so nice and I love it.
Hi Luna, very beautiful bridges you have here in your collection. I've been to Camotes a few years ago but i haven't seen this place. But i have an issue with heights, so maybe even if i see it i might not be able to go. I heard Camotes i more modern now.
Looks like the bridges give quite a good foot adventure.
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