Reaching the limits of the Philippine Road System

After long hours of butt-numbing topload experience and the constant stench of what we call "amoy-ulap", the sun finally peeked through the fog and behold, the mountain unfolds with its green stairways. Alas, we are just a few kilometers away from the highest point of the country's highway system.






Upon reaching the place, you wouldn't think that it is by far the highest point of our road system. Only a little signage that marks its title is evident. A small viewing deck will also let you view the surrounding mountains of cordillera, patched with scattered houses and farms that lie on the rugged peaks.





Left: A nice view down the cliff. Right: My companions :)


13 comments:

  1. Yay for the new blog domain and yay for the meh face!

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  2. ang saya sinisipag na! iba ang film photos, parang vintage ang effect

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  3. You look high sa highest point. Hahaha.

    Ang ganda talaga ng photos mo. Do you still sharpen them in PS or ganyan talaga photo quality?

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  4. agree ako kay Jerome.. vintage na vintage ang dating.. ganda lang.

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  5. Parang ang ganda lang ng grain sa 400! Yun nga bibilhin ko next time hihi

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  6. thanks! yup may sariling charm talaga pag film!

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  7. Yup mas mataas na ISO mas grainy! :D I can recommend a seller :D Oyy post your film photos one day!

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  8. Hahaha witty! Nope, i don't sharpen them, super sharp nga tlaga siya eh lalo na pag naupload sa flickr. :(

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  9. Agree! Nasha-sharpen siya 'pag naupload sa Flickr. Haha! As always, ganda ng mga photos! Parang 80s ang dating. Vintage!!!

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  10. Nice pics. Can't wait madevelop yung pics sa trip natin!

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