Rock formations, a haven for landscape photography.
The sun down would be the best time to feel its majestic sight but those minutes when the sun is heading the horizon weren't ours. The sun was at its peak when we reached the place. We have other sights to visit and we're due to go back to Manila on the same day thus, a quick glimpse is all we need. Two more falls were waiting and we need to go back to resort to pack our things before heading to next destination.
The fine white sand greeted us but we came here for rock formations and not the sand. Definitely it has own magnetic charm with young coconut palm trees, not grown up but an added attraction, but we have enough of these in Hundred Islands and Patar Beach.
And this main view startled our wandering thoughts. This view of rock formations. My imagination worked again with no limits how Bolinao looked like million years ago. Picture this in your mind. A view of coral stones underwater with abundant fishes swimming and nesting in these corals.
I was already tanned but my camera setting was in opposite color and the results were these bright photos. The sun directly hit my body and face and I couldn't stand the hot temperature anymore.
A little bit to perfection if only with sunset view but I couldn't wait for that majestic time, when the wind creates wave to crash the rocks and the sun goes down the western horizon. I wanted to stay a bit longer and feel the highlights too.. fall in love again and be hurt to leave this place of wonderful sight.
Just natural. The blue corner over there looks likes a man made pool.
I walked farther to investigate the seabed and found a few seaweeds that were abundant. There were some deep holes in in some parts so I was very careful in every step I made. Even very quick, I did not let the chance pass without stepping my feet, with the sun's zenith angle.. I touched, felt and explored a place believed to be the seabed during ancient times.