Mania of Britania (Part 2)

After taking some photos at Hagonoy Islet I went straight to the Naked Islet. The latter has no plants at all which is why it’s called Naked. The beauty of it will only reveal when the water level is low for it is merely a long stretch of sand bar that sprawlingly sprouted in the middle of the sea.

It was not fully elevated yet when I arrived for the tide was still starting to subside. The sand was really remarkable. It was parallel to a Polvoron. Refined it was!

Do I look like the “son of a beach”? Perhaps it’s you then to figure out by looking at the picture.




to be continued…


~ by sherwinportillo on July 30, 2013.

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