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Capones Island, Zambales



 



Capones Island, Zambales

Our last but definitely not the least stop of our two days Zambales trip is Capones Island. After saying goodbye to our paradise at Nagsasa Cove, we then took the boat and more pics of the wondrous highlands in Zambales is shown here.




Capones Lighthouse, Zambales


San Antonio, Zambales


Camara Island, Zambales

Beach at Capones Island, Zambales

San Antonio, Zambales

Capones Lighthouse, Zambales




Capones Island, Zambales

As we grew near, my camera was so excited to reach the island but, unfortunately, she (my camera) wasn't able to do so. I need to swim to the shoreline of the island carrying her and the thought of risking her life, no matter how much I wanted to take photos there, is a thought I couldn't bear. So, sadly, I went to the island defeated. Anyway, It was a wise decision, I guess, because my brave friend Chino tried to do the same thing I have planned earlier. But because of the strong waves he wasn't able to  hold still and the lower part of the camera was dipped with salt water. Good thing we found out that the camera lens cover was the only part dipped when we opened the bag and it was still working after that. We were more careful after that event.


Bagets: On our way to Capones

Rock formations in San Antonio, Zambales




Bagets at Capones Lighthouse
Photo Credit: Joanna 

Capones Lighthouse
Photo Credit: Joanna

Capones Island
Photo Credit: Joanna

Capones Lighthouse
Photo Credit: Ivan


Going back, we then reached the island, explored the ruins of the once working lighthouse of Capones til it's topmost part. The lighthouse still holds an aura of beauty amid the ruins and the breathtaking view from the top is a scenery that you shouldn't miss. After exploring the island, we bid farewell as we finally go back to Pundaquit to prepare our departure for Manila.


Sunset from Pundaquit overlooking Camara Islands
Bagets before going back to MNL





Sunset from Pundaquit overlooking Camara Islands

More details on this trip:
Pundaquits Beach before our trek
Mt. Pundaquit trek and reaching the summit
Passing the Anawangin Cove
Boat trip to Nagsasa Cove
Exploring the paradise, Nagsasa Cove
Capones Island



 





Elal of The Shades of Grey Travel and Photography
Elal is a traveler, student of life and photography enthusiast who wants to experience and capture what is raved and not raved about. For more about her travels, subscribe here, email at elal.lasola@gmail.com, or visit her portfolio.

12 comments:

chino said...

pak Haggardo versoza na sa boat hahaha! memorable ang trip na to tsk tsk tsk ! at namiss ko si bulatino!

The Shades of Grey | Elal said...

Paaaak. first comment teh. i know right? jan ka naging sugatan. namiss ko rin si bulatino pero sa nagsasa yun dba? haha :D

Batang Lakwatsero said...

natatawa ako sa itsura ni chino sa boat. haha. parang hirap na hirap sa buhay.

The Shades of Grey | Elal said...

Before the 'tragic' events pa yan ha. Hehe

chino said...

actually hirap namn ako talaga sa buhay ng mga panahon nayan . Pwede pakiturn off yung captcha nakakaduling!

joan | the backpack chronicles said...

hahaha oo nga mukhang super problemado itsura ni chino!! at talagang may gender ang camera? She? hehehe. ano pangalan?

The Shades of Grey | Elal said...

@chino: may captcha ako? hindi ko alam... haha

The Shades of Grey | Elal said...

@joan: oo babae siya mana sakin kaya lang hindi napangalanan. lol

balance31 said...

+1 for the lighthouse shot!..ur a pro!ganda ng lugar..i wish i could be there.

Elal Jane Lasola said...

Thanks! Some upclose shots were from my friends kasi kelangan pa languyin ang island. :)

Byron said...

bakit ngayon ko lang nakita to??????? ganda nung last shot =) para tlga silang whales

Elal Jane Lasola said...

Hahaha kasi nag hibernate ka kaya remember? :D Thank you! Anyare sa post mo na ganito di ko pa din nakikita?

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