Sunset by the Beach

Hello Hive!

This is my second post in Photography Lovers community and the first post after HF24. This is also my first post after officially being unemployed. I will now be more active here until I find something to work on. Anyway, I'm thankful for the support in my first post in this community. You can check it out through the link below if you like.

Tropical Island Vibe
La Manok Island and Carnaza Island

In this post, I will be sharing some photos that were taken during my first vacation after the lockdown was lifted. After six months of home-work-home routine, we finally had an opportunity to break the monotonous cycle that would have driven me insane.

We went to Maribago Bluewater Resort and Spa and even if it was just for a day, I felt my depleted energy was replenished. I haven't shared about the place yet, but I felt I'll some photos ahead. Don't worry, I'll share more in the coming days.

We stayed at the resort until sunset and it was magicthe al. What I love the most was the change in colors as the sun was setting. It was just the same view at the same place, but the change in colors signifies the progression of time. I don't know why, but I always love to look at the same view and observe the changes as time goes by.

This is the same view of the island as in my cover photo. It's still part of the resort, but it's still closed because of their concern of their manpower.

I liked the place when most of the people have left. There was this sense of privacy and feeling like we own the place

Most of the photos I've showed so far are from the main view of the resort. On the left side of the resort were the docked boats that should be for island hopping, but it's not yet allowed.

This was when it was nearly dark. The sun was already hidden behind the buildings and probably just passed below the horizon.

It was already getting dark, but I couldn't stop taking pictures. As you can observe in the photos above, the foreground is already dark.

All those photos above are taken when the sun had set. Now I wanted to share some photos when the sun was still up and the sky was still blue. The following photos were taken just before the transition.

Progression of Time
at Maribago Bluewater Resort and Spa

The second photo was my favourite in all of the photos I took when the sky was still blue because it was calm and I like the color palette, but when I consulted my friends, they said it was messy. I liked it anyway because of the calmness of the sea. Maybe I'll work on my composition next time. That's maybe the reason why they said it was chaotic.

I also liked this one, but the people in foreground ruined the mood for me. 😂

Here's another progression:

Before I'll end this post, let me share some photos of the cottages/gazebo at the resort:

I guess that's all for this post. I hope you'll like it. You can comment down below which one's your favorite. I'll post a travel blog about the place soon. Stay tuned folks!

Wait. Before I forget, this one's for you @perceval.

Kim Ybañez

Welcome to Kim's small corner in Hive. He is a chemical engineer by profession, but a blogger by passion. He is a wanderlust and an adventure seeker. Join his quests as he visits secluded destinations, climbs mountains, tries new and exotic dishes, and explores his country (The Philippines) and the rest of the world even if he's still a poor corporate slave with tons of bills to pay and two siblings to support in college.

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