Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Watery Wednesday



Lake Sebu, South Cotabato, Philippines

Lake Sebu is one of the bigger lakes located on top of the mountains, specifically in Allah Valley, South Cotabato, Philippines. It has an elevation of approximately 1000 m, and a total area of 891 sq km. Rolling hills covered with thick rainforest surronds the valley and the lake. Some beautiful waterfalls are also in these areas, flowing their waters to the lake.


The older post related to this, also with Lake Sebu and its waterfalls are HERE.



18 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, Andrea, and I love love love that lake...I'd love to be there to see the rainforest and of course, the waterfalls!!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Beautiful place. I think it's a banana heart that is inside the banca. ^_^

    WW

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  3. Very still. It looks nice and quiet...

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  4. Stunning Andrea! Back in the day Cotabato was still a no go zone. Looks like it's more accessible now. Lovely!

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  5. What a nice area. I wanted to travel there this year but started a new job.

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  6. Very well composed shots! The clouds produced some dramatic effects creating beautiful reflections.

    Re: your comment: My photos showed only the entrance to the tablelands. Have we not made a wrong turn, we would have seen the petroglyphs. Please check out my other post on the Volcanic Tablelands

    We stayed in Bishop and I think altogether it was a 20 mile drive.

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  7. Looks very calm and beautiful there.

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  8. Beautiful place! I would love to be there. And that is a cute boat ;-)

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  9. this is just spectacular. i've never seen a picture of this lake that isn't gorgeous.

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  10. Beautiful photograph of a beautiful place. My favourite is the first - the colours are so subtle. I love the reflections in both and the third those water lilies are perfect!

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  11. Your pictures of the lake are beautiful, and I really like the reflections you've captured in the first two photos.

    Thanks for visiting my site.

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  12. What a setting Andrea!! So peaceful and so very beautiful!!

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  13. Beautiful scenery and lovely photos. The second shot is my favorite.

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  14. Beautiful scenery, and fantastic photos, Andrea!

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  15. Quietly and peacefully beautiful! You make me want to be there with my camera in hand! Lovely, lovely.

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  16. Calling by as another WW participant, these photos show a beautiful place that I would love to visit.

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