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Monday, August 31, 2015

August Rush of Guintubdan Falls: A Photo Diary


Dalupya Falls delivered her waters to the waiting rocks with grace despite the rush. It rushes differently that day because it was raining on and off, with invariable heaviness. The falls delivered to us a sound which is music to our ears, a respite from our doses of noise. The lush greeneries and the blooming Angel's Trumpets added serenity to the falls. Also, the water is sweet, light and cold and easily quenches our thirst for more gulps. 
  
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We were not able to advance towards the Busay Kapid or the Twin Falls because the path towards it is hilly and slippery given the sporadic heavy rains, and there are no man-made steps with handrails yet. So we only managed to reach the viewing deck which is quite far and our view was being hampered by the fog which moved slowly with the wind. At any rate, we loved the forest greens and the dampness and freshness of the morning.

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