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White Island, Camiguin, The Philippines, August 2012 Related Posts by Shutter Bug: Sandbar (travellingartist.wordpress.com) Camiguin (travellingartist.wordpress.com)


“May 13, 1871, 6:00 p.m.  Cotta Bato, the capital of Camiguin Island, was a quiet and attractive town, verdant in its natural wonders.  Its peaceful shores provided strolling grounds for its inhabitants as… Continue reading


An early morning scene at White Island, a sandbar just 5 minutes boat ride off the main island of Camiguin in the Philippines. This starts a short series on Camiguin Island.  I gathered… Continue reading

Eden Nature Park

All the photos in this nature-focused series were taken inside the premises of Eden Nature Park so it’s just fair that I close the series with a more complete picture of the nature… Continue reading

A Walk in the Woods

. I initially thought of composing a few poetic lines with a title, “A Walk in the Woods”, but decided instead to borrow the lines from the poem “The Road Not Taken“ by… Continue reading


Out from the from the earth’s womb you poured Into the woods From rock to rock you hopped A gurgling brook My mountain trail you crossed A scenic spot Under the trees you… Continue reading

A Study in Green

I already forgot that I wrote this poem had FB not reminded me that I posted this article four years ago.  Already a bit disorganized because I was using a different template then,… Continue reading

The Mountaineer’s Creed

I am not sure about the origins of “The Mountaineer’s Creed” above but I think it’s a clear, simple and straightforward principle that anyone exploring natural habitats can remember and follow. Not to… Continue reading

An Everlasting Debt

Just a breaker. While preparing my recent post, Under the Big Mongolian Sky: Echoes from the Steppes, which talked a lot about the Mongolian herders’ worship and devotion to Mother Nature; I remembered this… Continue reading

A Traveller’s Tale 2011 – Half a Year of Photos

Oh, how time flies! 2011 is about to end and a new year is about to begin.  I’ve been thinking of posting something special for the holidays but, after looking at my schedule… Continue reading

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