Perhaps people are too busy, too preoccupied with keeping an eye on the road and chasing the fast pace of life, that they forget to look up, well, maybe except every half a century or so during the closest Supermoon. Perhaps people feel too comfortable inside a home, that they forget how liberating and exhilirating the open night sky is. There are countless other reasons, we’re sure, why we refuse to step out of our comfort zones, but if only we are reminded how majestic the night sky is, with the stars merrily dancing over our heads as we sit around the campfire and swap laughter with our loved ones, perhaps we’ll start visiting sites like the Kapayawan Ridge in Impasug-ong, Bukidnon, as shown in this magical photo captured by Myra Lou (check her Instagram account, @m2ira, for more beautiful photos). Click the photo to enlarge.
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