The more we see of the world, the richer we become
now i miss going to palaisdaan. last time i went to a palaisdaan was i think two years ago in san pablo.
love the hanging roots! i bet they're beautiful!happy weekend! :)
Love those hanging roots, reminds me of a quiet life in the province.Hope you can visit my entry
A nice collection for the theme - love those roots
Cool roots.My PhotoHunt is Hangups.
the hanging roots are truly one of a kind.
It makes me feel as if I was special whenever I pass by an entryway with those roots!My Photo Hunt image is posted HERE.
The hanging roots is lovely.Happy weekend. Mine is posted too.
I thought the top one was a hanging of some sort, not roots! Very interesting!Mine is more food-related...http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/07/24/photohunter-hanging
A lot of hangings happening here - from Nature's hangings to man made ones! Great photos!
The hanging roots are amazing!!hanging
I love the first photo. Those roots lok amazing!
superb take on the theme!
Those roots make a nice curtain!
that first shot is stunning. Beautiful capture!
love those swings. i miss our swing :(
The hanging roots are great and I also love the colorful swingset.
Yes the first shot is fascinating...Happy hunting.Mine is here
This makes me remember when I was young, every time I see like this kind of plant or roots I don't go near it because I am afraid snakes is with it too haha. Nice shot!PhotoHunt~Hanging
The hanging roots are awesome! Great take on the theme.Mariposa's PH!
beautiful! the place is so inviting.
Oh wow! Those roots are stunning!
I really miss this kind of surroundings. Fresh air and hanging plants all over. And hanging roots? I can't imagine how it looks like.
Good photos for this theme. No kids for the swings? Maybe it was lunchtime.Happy weekend to you.
Love the hanging roots -- kaya lang parang creepy hehehe. Can't help but be paranoid, baka meron pang ibang naka-hang dyan hehehe.Sreisaat Adventures
The hanging roots are amazing! Wonderful pic.
Absolutely stunning roots!! Thanks for sharing and for your kind words on my pic! :-)
Thanks for showing us Tayabas. I only heard of the place in my Philippine History class when I was in Grade 4. Is that the place of our Commonwealth President Manuel L Quezon?
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