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Photo of the Day: Serene Anawangin

There is little doubt that Anawangin Cove, found in the province of Zambales, is gorgeous. It has the green pine trees against the golden brown hills, with the smooth black beach pounded by strong waves. When we went to this enchanted cove, we only had less than an afternoon.  We didn’t stay the whole day or the whole evening, which left us with a sinking feeling (no pun intended to the purported rip current of Anawangin) that there are countless beautiful photographs we missed. Scenes like this one, preserved in an amazing photo by byaherangmanilenya. Verily, Anawangin Cove is not simply a beach. It’s not simply a camping or picnic ground. It’s  a fertile ground for photo enthusiasts like byaherangmanilenya and her significant other. Here’s the photo of serene Anawangin Cove (click to enlarge): Continue reading Photo of the Day: Serene Anawangin

Off the Beaten Track at Anawangin Cove (Zambales)

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? What we thought is a purely philosophical question appears to be the subject of scientific debate as well. And what we thought to be a question that we can sweep under the rug, or anchor under the sea, came to face us in a slightly different form. If there’s a place of beauty, and there’s bound to be such a place in and around the 7,000-plus islands of the Philippines, would it still be beautiful if no one is around to see and admire it? Take, for instance, the Anawangin Cove of Zambales. Continue reading Off the Beaten Track at Anawangin Cove (Zambales)