How could Kalanggaman ever go wrong?
So by now you have heard about Kalanggaman. Don't get tired, here's one more post about the island that is gaining more popularity than popcorn in cinemas.
Each visit, most vacationers expect a sunny kalanggaman. I have a different take on this. Whatever season, the sandbar offers a special scenery. I joined the team of UNDP during one of their team bonding activities. Nagbabadya ang ulan when we arrived. I was not to be dampened. Something beautiful has to come out from each season. As they say, there is a time for everything.
In the afternoon of our arrival in the island, a rainbow showed up. And it showed up whole.
And there was sunset.
Then we slept. Then the next day.
And the rainbow once more appeared.
And the rest of the day, I can only share with you the photos I took.
Kalanggaman Island, Palompon, Leyte. (read previous blog here)
boris p pascubillo
he writes to affirm desiderata's with all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. he makes photographs to shoutout that when God created this homeland, He saw that it was good.