One of the reasons why I’d rather escape the city and go home to Casay is the pristine panoramic view of the shore as the bus passes beneath Naso Point in the southern part of Anini-y.  The igneous rocks that form the Cresta de Gallo on the other side of the road  seem like a giant that soaks its foot in the vastness of Sulu Sea.  The seascape is a sight to behold.  Although I’ve been passing by Bantigue (which the residents call mini-Pagudpud) my whole life, I always get spellbound by the view.  Here are some of the images I took this morning…

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Where the Mountains Meet the Sea

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