Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Watery Outdoors on a Wednesday

our still serene bay

passenger boat between the islands

 kids oblivious of the difficulties of existence, contented with the free gifts of nature
color of the water due to mineral deposits, evidenced by the exposed rocks

color of water after the rains, soils eroded from the uplands carry mineral deposits 

mossy shore

Photos taken in Malimatoc Beach, Mabini, Batangas




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27 comments:

  1. Swimming is nice activities during sunny day...

    Happy wednesday~

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  2. i'm planning a road trip in March...Mabini is one of the places we'd like to go to. i hope you could recommend an affordable resort.:p

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  3. Love the fun they are having. Great pictures.

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  4. I dreaming of being there ... looks like paradise.
    Joyce M

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  5. Lovely peaceful uncrowded seascapes. Must be lovely having this scenery at your doorstep.

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  6. How awesome! The mineral colors resemble the golden glow of the sun!

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  7. I miss Mabini. I miss diving. Love the last shot best.

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  8. wonderful scenes. make me wish i was back home.

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  9. Jak oglądam te zdjęcia, to chce mi się tam być Kocham morze i wspaniałe jego widoki. Pozdrawiam. *** How do I watch these pictures, then I want to be there I love the sea and its magnificent views. Yours.

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  10. So cool pictures!
    Happy Wednesday to you!

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  11. Such pretty captures, Andrea. Love the boys swimming and having fun in the water. :)

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  12. A great set of pics! it looks like the kids are really enjoying the water there!

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  13. Sorry I haven't commented in a long, long time. Love the photos! The kids look like their having a great time!

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  14. loving all of it! Shots like this always make me awant to pack my bags. :)

    You were wondering about my first shot. The part that holds the reflection of the sky is ice covered with a thin layer of water. That is why there is no waves in that area.

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  15. Love these photos! It is so beautiful there. I know you enjoy it immensely! Thanks for your comments on my blog, too.

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  16. Lovely...the ocean is so calming. I enjoyed the tour of the shore...

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  17. aloha andrea,

    love the water shots and the moss...your visit to that garden show looks like fun...i should start to plant more calatheas they are beautiful

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  18. I love the different temperaments of the sea and those mossy rocks are incredible...

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  19. Hi, Sorry I haven't been around this week. We have been traveling and taking more photos... Hope you are having a great week.

    Great photos. Love the 'watery' pictures you chose... What a beautiful place where you live. Gorgeous!!

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  20. I'd love to be on that passenger ship. What a wonderful thing to be a kid...no worries as people take care of you:) You are so right about one. Wouldn't it be fun to go back and do the things we used to do for a little while?:) Say hi to those we haven't seen in awhile. Could be fun:)

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  21. great shots! ... the berries are only for birds :)

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  22. Such pretty scenes, Andrea. I would love to visit someday.

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  23. Calling by as another Outdoor Wednesday participant what a lovely selection of photos. A cheering sight as it is snowing here!

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  24. What lovely and serene captures of nature and life.

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  25. Beautiful shots! That yellow water is quite spectacular.

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  26. What a delightful contrast of photos...my heart lingers on the children in water.

    Oh, how I wish I had lingered longer when my children were playing and taken more pictures to browse when like now, the gray strands are pushed aside trying to imagine those days when they built sand castles and moats on the beach.

    Thank you for the memory search.

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