Posts Tagged ‘beach’
“No Lifeguard on Duty”
Back when I was still going to school, I used to have quite a bit of spare time. I spent a lot of that spare time going out and taking photo walks and one of my most favourite places to visit was Woodbine Beach…. Woodbine Beach in the wintertime to be more specific. I love how the beach is so empty during the winter season, devoid of the people that usually crowd in during the summertime. I’ve never actually been to Woodbine Beach in the summertime (I’m allergic to heat… and I have sweating issues… lol), but from what I’ve heard the crowds can get pretty thick during those times.
There aren’t that many things to see at Woodbine Beach; mostly sand, sand, water, and more sand, so there really aren’t that many things to take pictures of. I really just go there to spend some quiet alone time along the shores of Lake Ontario. The pictures are really just a bonus. Looking back at these pictures makes me wish I had more time to just go out and take pictures again…. *sigh*
Here are a couple of shots that I’ve taken during my many trips to Woodbine Beach in the wintertime.
“Caution, bench may not be suitable for sitting”
“Enjoying the sunset”
“Leuty Lifeguard Station in Infrared”
“Sunset at Woodbine – You can see the silhouette of the CN Tower in the distance.”
“Dusk at the Beaches”
“Ulugan Bay from the Buenavista Viewdeck”
One of the highlights of my recent Palawan trip was to visit the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, and in order to get there we had to stop by Sabang. Sabang is a port where bangkas transport tourists to the cove where the river is located. The journey from the Puerto Princesa city centre to Sabang took about 2 hours (or more… I wasn’t really awake for most of the car ride since we had to leave the city centre quite early); and on the way to Sabang we made a couple of pit stops. One of our pit stops was at the Buenavista Viewdeck where we had a gorgeous view of Ulugan Bay (see picture), we only had about 20 minutes there and most of that time was utilized by taking pictures (What else would asian tourists do??? lol).
The next pit stop was just a random farm by the roadside, some of the people on our tour van saw other people taking pictures at the farm so they asked our tour guide if we could stop by there too and we did. After a LOT more pictures were taken, we were off on the road again.
“Roadside farm – The mountain on the back of the frame was apparently part of the Saint Paul Mountain Range which housed the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River”