A short wood bridge at the Butterfly Sanctuary in Malagos Garden Resort, Davao City. This sanctuary houses the biggest butterflies in the Philippines, but there was light rain when we walked in the sanctuary and we didn't see any butterfly, not even one.:p
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Must have been a neat place to visit!
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I'm always enchanted by your blog,so creative with beautiful nature.This bridge is adorable, love the green around!
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This looks like a nice family walk.
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That's a cute wooden bridge. Nice photo.
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Oh lovely!!! Especially if there are butterflies around.
It´s little but fantastic!
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Cute bridge, sayang (pity) no butterflies. I'll have to remember this place next time I visit Davao.
I love how the foot bridge is surrounded by so many different green plants! Too bad about the butterflies though. Maybe they were napping ;-)
How does it rain inside? ;-D
It is fun walking over such cute bridges. :)
«Louis» has always liked butterflies. He would like to visit this sanctuary.
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Love the arched rails of the bridge. I have never been to an open butterfly sanctuary, must be difficult to take some shots.
I have been to one here in LA, but it is enclosed.
OH! I wish I had been with you!
@ Ebie, this sanctuary is also enclosed by a dome-shaped net. there's a metal frame for the net. the caretaker told me that butterflies hide when it's raining.:p
It is great bridge!
Where do butterflies hide when it rains? Looks like a nice place - so lush.
oh so they hide when it's raining. i went to mambucal in bacolod and visited their butterfly sanctuaries. there were big ones too but im sure the ones in davao are bigger.
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