We walked through this tidal marsh in Burgos, Ilocos Norte to get to the white rock formations. This area is near the coast so I would assume this is seawater. The water here is determined by tidal movement. Marshes are critically important wildlife habitat, often serving as breeding grounds for a wide variety of animal life.
Burgos, Ilocos Norte
This post is linked to Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday
Luna....I love your photography. The one you posted today has to be a favorite of mine because I just adore see refections in the water pop up in my pictures. It is so exciting. The rocks and the water are beautiful, too.
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Isn't it beautiful there?
What a neat place. Very beautiful.
i would assume this would be the best breeding and hunting grounds for tadpoles. you did see a lot on that weekend roadtrip didn't you? were you able to get some sleep?
great great! you made it there. very few consider it a stop due to the rough road going there. remains a favorite stop for me.
wow....definitely far-flung...less seen but no less breath taking!!!
simply beautiful! looks so fresh!
Dom, Kapurpurawan was the best and the most fun we had on that trip. sobrang nakakatawa ang nangyari sa amin don!:p
di bale, i'll sleep when i die! LOL
A nice place...still unspoiled!
I would love to visit Burgos someday, Luna. Great photos! Na-encourage ako na bisitahin ;)
Nice place, would love to see the wildlife there. Great photo!
those are great shots! The colors are amazing.
Very nice scenery...I bet is so serene and peaceful.
My Watery photos are about the 'disaster area' in town during a day long rainstorm. Click Here if you'd care to join me today with your visit.
What a beautiful place! Great photos as always. Love it.
Beautiful photo of hues in the water! Yes … I can see wildlife depending on this area where water brings life to all creatures!
Such a peaceful place to visit. great watery shots.
The water is even very clear! Lovely!
Such a very beautiful coast landscape! I would like to walk there.. Wonderful! :)
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