We followed the lava flow, in reverse. We headed back into the mouth of the mountain. The journey consisted of a 45 minute Jeep ride, followed by an hour and a half walk. The path was covered with water, rocks, people and animals. It was worth the long trek to see what Pinatubo left in the aftermath of its fury. These photos were from our Jeep portion of the trek.
Seth, great series of pictures. There are so many contrasts in the Phillipines.
Indeed. thanks. 🙂
As always, I love your photography. The picture of the cows has design, perspective, and composition — something ordinary but elevated to something special.
Nice series; really gives a sense of place.
Thank you. 🙂
Looks so rugged ~ looks like an interesting place to visit.
It’s very nice.
Fascinating. So different.
i feel like i am there
and what a trek………wonderful………………….
Awesome and interesting shots.
I think I’m taking your journey in reverse – the rocks galore pic is great – all those slatey greys and blues curling around the water.
Thanks Chas. I was disappointed because it was cloudy. I wish the sun had been out a bit.
Sometimes the atmospheric pics are best although a bit of sun is always nice.
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