Winded from walking to the tip of Malingay Cove from Blue Lagoon, I take a moment to lean on a craggy slope and gaze out across the lush mountains, jagged rocks, a deserted stretch of white sandy beach and a small resort community on the other side of the cove. A perfect place to seek relief from the pressure of a crowded city life and adopt the pace of nature. This is one the places that I would like to return to before developers swoop in and complicate this charming simplicity.
I thank you God for this most amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky and for everything which is natural, which is infinite, which is yes. ~e.e. cummings
|Malingay Cove @ mirandablue|
Posted for Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday
Wow, I love it Luna. It made miss my homeland to see beautiful white sea beaches.
Must be heavenly to walk the length of the beach. What a perfect place for meditation.
These photos are absolutely magical...lie a hidden realm. I love their beauty. You are such a talented photographer.
I have to agree with Genie. Gorgeous!!
it is beautiful!!
Serene views and lovely shots. I love the name "Blue Lagoon".
The stretch of white sands are so inviting! How beautiful and serene!
The beach are so fantastic You are a great fotographer.
Love the 2nd pic, maybe because that would make a very good painting:)
What a wonderful place. The lagoon and beach are beautiful.
Pagupud is a beautiful place. Wish I could visit this place someday. Love all your photos.
Thanks for commenting on my blog. This place is definitely beautiful and lovely. Thanks for sharing.
It's a beautiful spot, It will be a tragedy when developers build on this land...and they will some day!
Your photos are really gorgeous. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.
How magical. It looks like the land that time forgot.
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Wow this is a very beautiful beach. Love that white sand. Awesome shot!
Fantastic pictures and a really beautiful place!
Hi Luna, thank you for your visit today. Your photos and the quote is lovely. I too hate development and construction to ruin the lovely areas that should not be disturbed.
Oh my! that cove is pure serenity to me and the pristine waters are so inviting. Sorry, am late here, been busy that last few days.
A fantastic scenery with a very lovely beach! I like the song coming here as well! :)
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