Mount Daguldol: Between the shoreline and the sky

Barangay Hugom in San Juan Batangas is graced with the the love child of sea and sky – Mount Daguldol. Taken from the tagalog term which means “roaring sound” Mount daguldol happens to be one of the friendliest hikes for budding hikers like my friends. Here are some Ipad shots I took during our 2 day trek/camp there:

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I love photography chances and whether it’s an tablet or a good camera, I would always be willing to share my experiences through the pictures I post online. Enjoy summer!

 

 

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