There is a place up in the hills, where once American soldiers used to go to for target practice. Then Pinatubo left its mark and changed it forever. Now, it’s a place where locals find sugarcane, where livestock roam and where dried lava still reins supreme.
Visions of sweetness.
Where the road ends.
A bit of green.
The road home.
A bit of sanity.
Looking like a magical place to spend time in.
It was interesting. Thanks.
Welcome to our country,Philippines. Hope you enjoy your stay here and as always beautiful photos.
How wonderful that you have local help to find the out of the way places in your area. Great pictures.
Yes. It’s very nice. Thanks Connie.
It’s amazing how a volcano can change the landscape, and so many other things, very much.
Yes, Pinatubo affected everything around here.
Wonderful! I love your blog so much.
Seth, I thought I had seen some shots from your home town area with a wide angle lens… What about filters? Do you use them? So many great pictures lately, thank you ! I really liked the close ups of the birds a few entries to your blog ago. is there any entries about your process you could re-blog? Just curious, Still a ‘Fan’ !!!
Thanks Gregory. I use a wide angle Signma 10-24. 3.5f. I do not normally use filters. I do post process them with Photoshop but only for minor enhancement of color.. etc.
Very cool. Don’t you find it amazing you can be in such a remote location but still in touch with the world!
Yes. They love their cell phones and social media here. 🙂 It’s not hard to stay connected.
What a beautiful country. The land is so stunning!
Indeed. Thanks Tasha.
Wow! Truly great scenes. Fun to view.
Interesting seeing a different lava landscape to that which we’ve seen recently on Big Island . Super photos Seth .
Thanks! I want to visit the big island. 🙂
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very cool, great photos