Memories of the Ocean

“Our memories of the ocean will linger on, long after our footprints in the sand are gone.” – Unknown

I was looking at photos in my hard-drive when I saw these shots taken when the whole family went on a holiday to the Philippines in 2010. Wonderful memories from such a long time ago. We were planning on going again in early 2021 but Covid-19 brought everything to a standstill.

In Puerto Princesa, Palawan and in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte – Philippines

This is for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge – WWE and for Brashley’s Mid Week Monochrome Challenge – MWM

16 replies to “Memories of the Ocean

    1. It is in the province and it is a traditional way of making the carabao perform its task. I do not agree as to how they are treated because it is just plain cruelty. But its the only means of transport and carrying loads in some of the provinces. Thanks for the question, Rita!

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        1. It is wonderful to share some things from my past. And of course I was born in a third world country and not everyone will understand what is going on here so happy to share the info.

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