Boracay Revisited

It has been a year already since we last strolled along the white sands of Boracay.  It was during this vacation that I realized that I could take some nice landscape pictures, well at least IMO 🙂 and that has inspired me to pursue this hobby seriously.

Here are some shots that I took from last year:

Short & Winding Road by israelv
Short & Winding Road, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
Much-needed Shade by israelv
Much-needed Shade, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
Anchor Away by israelv
Anchor Away, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
Glorious Sunset by israelv
Glorious Sunset, a photo by israelv on Flickr.
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The Golden Hour

Ask any photographer what time would be the best time to take dramatic pictures and they would unanimously answer without hesitation — the Golden Hour.  I’m also not that familiar with this Golden Hour concept until last year during our trip to Boracay.  During that time, I began to appreciate what is so golden about those hours after the sun sets.

Here are some of my favorite shots:

glorious sunset! by israelv
glorious sunset!, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

now, that's a sunset! by israelv
now, that’s a sunset!, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

at the end of the day by israelv
at the end of the day, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

More pix after the jump…
And just a few months ago, during our trip to Tagaytay, I was able to take some Golden Hour shots from the People’s Park n the Sky:

DAY 50 - Another Day Ends in Tagaytay by israelv
Setting sun by israelv
Setting sun, a photo by israelv on Flickr.

A swallow flies home by israelv
A swallow flies home, a photo by israelv on Flickr.


Golden, indeed!