Acoustic…..Duck Harbor in Maine
looks very similar to the San Juan
and Gulf Islands near Seattle
and Vancouver. I love the golden arbutus trees as the sun goes down. Is it the same there?
Again in the Philippines…… is NW corner of Tablas Island where limestone rocks carved by Typhoons make wonderful umbrellas if you want to snorkel in the shade and numerous grottos are accessible only by small boat.
First shot is looking out from the beach as Rock-Man keeps watch, second is inside a small grotto, that we discovered the day before (3rd Photo).
This area is a fair weather
anchorage only, very deep with steep-to inclines right to the beach. Many coral
outcrops makes the going slow.
4th Photo shows that you need to back yourself in between them and beach tie the stern in order to keep your anchor
pulling uphill. Isolated spot with fresh drinking coconuts on the beach makes it all worthwhile and in the transition period (April/May) you can stay there for days and explore the grottoes and subterranean caves .
This whole area has a cottage marble industry and in the adjacent island of Romblon you can find some nice work