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Beautiful Sunset- To Witness How Day Ends

By on April 5, 2017

Harbour View Sunset

Location: Ermita,Manila Philippines

Nature’s best display on how day ends, watching the sun as it sets may not be on the list of your pastime but once you see the sunset soft-warm glow and yellow-orange light splashing sunlit, you will turn and stop to watch the stunning brightness, this way, no matter how heavy the burden you are carrying on your shoulder, the peaceful and serene atmosphere will calm your senses upon viewing even for just a moment, you’ll surely forget your burdens! View more sunset photos next posts.

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Summer Sunset

By on March 28, 2017

Manila Bay Sunset

The dramatic view of the sunset in an open sea setting, the location at closer distance from the road, it’s impossible to clear away the sun watchers, fisherman and vendors around but sometimes, they also serves as supporting subject and additional human element in the background.

The best viewpoint is the mellow yellow-orange light with splashes of vibrant colors is ideal, striking rays heading straight forward directly to my position is a big advantage getting easier to focus.

To capture the sunset  is not that hard even if the sunset will only lasts for minutes, work must be done very quickly. The result is not always perfect as expected sometimes, it came out to be very bright and others dull and blurry. I just have to practice all photography measures, Next time, just as to hold my breath before clicking to avoid shaking.

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Dramatic Sunset with Animal Element

By on March 27, 2017

The faithful dog guarding his Master’s fishing boat

Very rare timing to catch up, to include an animal with the view of the sunset but what a perfect poise for the dog! It looks like the fisherman’s dog is tired but actively opens his mouth showing his wet tongue, adorable looks, huh! Thanks Doggie for your cooperation! Thanks for making my day!

 

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Mali, the Captive Elephant

By on March 23, 2017

Sri Lankan elephant named Mali inside an enclosure at Manila Zoo (Formerly known as Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden) Mali the only captive elephant in the Philippines  has already endured 43 years of extreme confinement.

If ever, I don’t want animal to suffer, I already mentioned this before for the ” Migratory Birds of Malaysia” and to repeat it once again here. I just remember the practice of one biologist in Zimbabwe, they capture animals by shooting with guns that fire darts filled with tranquilizing drugs, the same technique to capture free roaming animals.

Every year, elephants are being slaughtered and killed for their ivory tusks. I was told, most tusks taken in the past 20 to 30 years shipped through different countries around the globe. Is this a joke? Feeling so sad for this, what can you do about it?

My only dream for Mali , to be reunited with her related family in a good habitat, a native vegetation back home. How nice to see her reunited with other herbs happily waving her tusks doing greeting ceremonies with the group. Perhaps, there’s still hope for Mali, I’ll pray for that!

 

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Muntingia Calabura Fruit andFlowers

By on March 10, 2017

Muntingia Calabura  blooming under full sun,the petals changes its position and lean to the light and flop over. It’s a small,and white star-like flower that has a crepe texture petals and golden yellow anther that attracted insects around. However, the sepal and stigma  is color green,so with the evergreen leaves. During hot season, the taste of the fruit is quiet sweet and juicy but during rainy days, it’s tasteless as it’s only good for the birds and honeybees.

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Giant Sunflowers

By on March 8, 2017

Giant Sunflowers with Bright clouds in the Background

Leaving temporarily my daily chores behind, I can’t neglect my morning hobby to at least capture one beautiful subject a day. Sunflowers attracted enormous attention from passers around and amid expectations from me that it would even be more better to see it in pictures. This is my expression to brighten up my day and after snapshots would be getting into blogs afterwards so this is it.

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21 Magnificent Sunsets from Around the World

By on March 7, 2017

Sun’s apparent descent below western horizon at the end of the day is the most revealing delight generally livelier, lovelier and generously endowed by nature, it provides spiritual escape from the troubles of the mundane world. The sunset is most dramatic and photogenic especially if it combines with the beauty of landscape and sunlit sea. As I’ve mentioned before and again, to capture the sunset feels like such an enjoyable chore but it’s worth doing it, that’s two flavors in one sweet treat; you can achieve something and enjoy with it. It’s a goal that gives a feeling of accomplishment.

Furthermore, the awe-inspiring view presents the fascinating nature’s value which reveals remarkably the highest degree of creation. Watching the sunset in different places around the world, the changing color of sun rays done in an extra ordinary setting; overlooking the ocean, within the sight of urban world and rock formations, sunlit sea and beach setting, cool breeze and winter spots, beautiful coastlines and elegant-architectural background hence, giving the perfect spot to capture such a wonderful view of nature.

The average of temperature are very different around the world, we have different timezone. Other countries has 4 seasons and others are not. When summer comes, Philippines is a blessing to see the sun sets almost everyday with a few barrier problems. In far month of the world, the sun never sets in mid-summer. In winter, the sun remains below and darkness will lasts for a period of 2 months. Other countries, sun sets at midnight other areas will experience 24 hours daylight and 24 hours darkness.

The remarkable and impressive photos of sunset taken from places around the world will give a a better appreciation on how sunset looks like in other places. The peacefulness and vibrant beauty commands a spectacular site with its own features that goes well with the beauty of the landscape.

21 Magnificent sunsets from around the world

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Orlando Sanford Airport- Florida, United States

 

Taghit South of Algeria

Sunset Taken in the Strait of Malacca, Indonesia on board a vessel

 

Pavilla Hill, Tim Hau, Hongkong

 

Pontian Johor, Malaysia

 

Hangzhou, China

 

River City Bangkok Thailand

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW, Australia

 

Ciudad Mante Tamaulipas Mexico

 

Heritage Village Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

 

Milan, Italy

 

Saebyeol Oreum,Jeju Island, Korea

 

Taipei Metropolitan Park,Taipei, Taiwan

 

Hawaii

 

Beach- Cox’s Bazar Beach, Bangladesh

 

 Islamabad, Pakistan

 

Persian Gulf, Iran

 

Nagaland

 

Kerala, India

 

Karbi Anglong, Assam

 

 

 

Cliff Jump Site Nasugbu, Batangas Philippines

 

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Nasugbu Revisited

By on February 28, 2017

Taal Lake and Taal Volcano

Last December, the long holiday vacation gave us the opportunity to relax and chill. We went back to Tagaytay and from there, we went directly to Nasugbu Batangas. Furthermore, Nasugbu offers plenty of enjoyable beaches for visitors, When one thinks of Nasugbu, you’ll inevitably thinks of dining, beautiful beaches, mountains, cliffside, sunset viewing, Boating, Scuba diving and all activities to be enjoyed with. For more stories from previous posts

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