“Go placidly amidst the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence.” One of our favorite lines in Desiderata. Not much introduction of this post, and not much description of these VisitPinas-tagged photos, just look and be still.
“Tinipak River is one of the easiest beautiful nature destinations to visit if you are living around Metro Manila. 1 and a half hours of navigating through asphalt twisties and another half hour of dirt road and you’re within a short walking distance from this area. Distinct with its intricate carved limestone geological formations and year-long gushing blue-green waters, the river can be seen and heard from high up the mountains.”
Mount Pinatubo crater, photo courtesy of weexplore.ph (check his Instagram account, @weexplore.ph, for more photos). We love the caption of this photo: “A beauty forged by disaster. All the agony and pains fades all that remains is beauty and happiness. Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake.”
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