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Baguio Botanical Garden

 


 

Well, whenever I see a flower I can't resist taking a picture of it even with my mobile phone orany available camera I have.  In fact, when I was in high school, I started making my own trademark of a flower together with ejlsquared as a girlish signature. So when we visited the Botanical Garden in Baguio, together with my work mates, the more that I wasn't able to resist to take loads of pictures with nothing but flowers. My friends who were with me were also influenced by such and took shots through their android phones.

Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden




When I was still using my Olympus MJU 7000 digital camera back in college I have also a compilation of random flower shots. You can find the post here. And one of the flower shots in that post is my awakening photo that pushed me to become a photography enthusiast.

So now, let me give some idea of the beautiful blooms you can see in Baguio Botanical Garden.

Baguio Botanical Garden

Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden

Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden

Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden

We found a caterpillar and butterfly too!



Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden




Baguio Botanical Garden is also known as the Igorot Village. The place features native huts of the Igorots. It gives you an idea on what their homes look like and how tranquil or serene their place must be in the Cordilleras.

Igorot Village
Igorot Village

Igorot Village
Igorot Village
Igorot Village
Igorot Village

 Before our picture taking inside the Baguio Botanical Garden ends, it was drizzling until rain finally pours down minutes later. We bought and ate 'mais' (corn in English) inside while waiting for a cab to take us back  to where we were staying. Unfortunately, our other plans for that day was not pushed through because of the rain. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this one and only stop of our second and last day in Baguio last January. 





Baguio Botanical Garden
Baguio Botanical Garden

Baguio Botanical Garden
Located east of Baguio's downtown area
Between Teacher's Camp and the Pacdal Circle


See more posts about Baguio here.



 


 



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.

8 comments:

ian said...

mabuhay ang mga batang olympus!
kapanalig ka pala namin ni ivan!!! hehehe

Elal Jane Lasola said...

hear hear, Ian! Hehe

Ric / Life N Canvas said...

thumbs up! ganda ng mga flowers sa baguio... and the place as well...hope to visit Baguio again : )

Elal Jane Lasola said...

Thanks for dropping by, Ric!

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

parang pahiyas lang ang kulay! :)

Elal Jane Lasola said...

ang gaganda ng pahiyas shots mo sir christian!

Christopher Allen said...

I love flower pics. Can't get enough of them. And these on portrait view are sweet!

Elal Jane Lasola said...

I can't agree more! Thanks for dropping by. :)

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