Being stuck the whole day on an island full of beautiful people can never be a bad thing. I whipped out my camera, attached my telephoto lens and started photographing people from a distance.
Guys were having a field trip looking at beautiful women sashaying in skimpy swimsuits. Girls seems much more liberated now when it comes to swimwear, gone are the days when all you can see are gals clad in shorts and shirts.
Friends and lovers were all over the place, taking the opportunity for photo ops, never tiring to pose in front of the camera. Some of the more daring ones even climbed on the jagged rocks formations for a photo at the top.
Kids were also having a swell time playing on the soft sand of the beach. Once the low tide kicked in, they moved on to the shallow part of the water, pails and shovels in hand, with their parents looking on.
And then there were also the pet lovers, unable to leave their pets at home; taking their sweet time strolling their cute dogs on the beach, I didn’t see no askals here.
And then there were the boatmen and fisherfolks; going about their daily routine of bringing in tourists, anchoring their wooden outriggers, and waiting at the beckon of their guests.
After shooting all the landscapes you can photograph, now we know that there’s still more to being stuck at on a beach besides its beautiful sights.
Camarines Sur, Bicol Region