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Interesting photo and musing. Looks like the denizens of that tiny island want some privacy for their households vis a vis others!
I like this photo. It makes me wonder who lives there and what they do for a living, where the children play, how you bring the groceries home, how wonderful are the tropical breezes, where do you go when the typhoon comes. . . Very well composed.
Oh no, the houses look like these are in danger of toppling in water. (may plumbing kaya o wala?)My PH:http://pixiepixels.info/2011/04/02/waiting-for-lunch/http://teacherjulie.com/2011/04/02/closed-window/
That is so cool! Living among good neighbours on a tiny island would be a dream.
It's amazing how many structures are packed on to that tiny space.Have a good weekend.
That is a wonderful shot, and too close for comfort..Though it could be nice too!
That sure is one small island to be inhabited. Beautiful pic!
Fantastic shot and a good take on the theme.
this is a most interesting capture. i should think one has to like one's neighbor in that closed surroundings.
Sometimes the purpose of living on an island is to get away from everyone... but I think I'd want some company. Beautiful Photo for the theme. Thanks for coming to see mine.
I love it! It's really surprising how Filipinos exude all the abilities to survive, right? Hope you can visit me too: http://septembercharm.blogspot.com/
Interesting take on the subject.I want to visit.
amazing that in an islet they built houses. a bit rare and beautiful because of the rock in the middle.
Nice capture. Ako rin, I'd want some company. :)Have a fabulous weekend!Closed
WOW! They are using every inch of space! :)
A very interesting capture. Such a tiny island for such close neighbors!happy weekend!!
Very subtle! Have a good weekend.
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How interesting!! I love my neighbors, but because they are not this close to me, lol.Happy weekend! closed
I love this! What a unique little island. I love your header photos too, very beautiful. Anniehttp://www.slowtrav.com/blog/annienc/2011/04/photohunt_closed.html
pray there is no Tsunami, no where to run.
Fascinating shot of an enclosed world.
Wow - this is a fabulous shot!
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