This was a stopover on our way back from the Cauayan market. A quarter of a mile's walk from the highway near the boundary of Brgy. Bulata is the edge of a downward slope to Lina-on coast. It's a point where the sea, mountains, clouds, palm trees, huts and distant bancas paint a rustic tranquility we city-dwellers crave time and again.
It is only when we silent the blaring sounds of our daily existence that we can finally hear the whispers of truth that life reveals to us, as it stands knocking on the doorsteps of our hearts. ~K.T. Jong
Cauayan, Negros Occidental
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all the greenery is so very soothing to the eyes. this is a very scenic place.
Such a beautiful scenery! :) And I like your heading, the beautiful trees! :)
this is a great place to have a family picnic. beautiful view while enjoying time with family.
What a fantastic view! This looks like a wonderful place to sit and meditate or just enjoy the wonders of nature.
I've never been there, you got the best vantage point to take the whole view, showing the tranquility and beauty.
Anticipating for Water is my entry, hope you can visit, thanks!
The photos are relaxing:) sarap mag bakasyon but weather is so gay:)
A love thr scenery, very calm!
It's very beautiful. And I want to see more trees ^_^
WOW! What a gorgeous view!
What a beautiful spot!
this is sooooo gorgeous. Why am I not there?
Wonderful shot for watery Wednesday!! :)
ferries are scary in Philipines, so many drownings. I don't think I will take a ferry in the Philipines. You can use those traditional boats, they look safer.
Very nice ... and thanks for visiting!
Nice to know that it has the same name with me :)
Very lovely view.
Sorry for my late visit...
Your blog have blues and greens to cherish for always and I love it! Ganda pala sa Negros Occidental~ I haven't been there.
Sowi for the late visit dear.
Enjoy your weekend!
Fantastic scenery captured beautifully!
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