Photos of the day are all about a part of the small fishing and tourism town named Lancelin which can be found more than 75 kms north of Yanchep Nationals Park. We went to this town to have our lunch at Kerfuflle By The Jetty (just permanently closed last July 2017) and to enjoy a bit of the beauty of the scenic coast with beautiful turquoise water. The town is famous for its sand dunes where 4WD and sandboarding activities are popular. And honestly, I love the beach. These photos are part of Yanchep National Park, The Pinnacles and Lancelin Beach Trip October 2016.
Photo : beach, jetty, coast, Lancelin Jetty, Lancelin,
Location : Lancelin WA 6044, Australia
1. Join Day Tours from Perth or
2. Drive towards Lancelin WA 6044, Australia or
3. Take bus from Wellington Street Forrest Place (in Perth) and drop-off at Lancelin YHA or
4. Take train (Joondalup Line) from Perth Underground Station, then transfer to Jundaloop Station and take bus to Geraldton, and drop-off at Vins Wy Lancelin or
5. Take Integrity Bus to Broome and get off at Lancelin YHA
Official Website : Lancelin
Photos of the day are all about sunset scenery captured while visiting Cable Beach twice. I had so many photos captured during sunset and honestly the colors of the skies and the water made the scenery so amazing and I can’t stop myself to admire how beautiful our world indeed. These photos are part of 2 Days Broome and Surround Tour October 2016.
Photos of the day are all about Roebuck Bay. When I got a chance to walk some part of Broome, not far from my hotel, I never regret that I did the walk during my second morning in the town. Because that walk made me realized how wonderful Roebuck Bay is. Honestly I was truly amazed because of its turquoise water near the shore. And the mangroves made the bay more fascinating and alluring. But I was more surprised when I reached McDaniels Lookout and looking back to the shore, I saw low red-orange cliff, and that explains why some of the beaches has red coloration. I can say that if I have more time in Broome, I definitely go back on the beach, I can’t get enough seeing Roebuck Bay. These photos are part of 2 Days Broome and Surround Tour October 2016.
After passing Pentecost River while taking Gibb River Road, we stopped a bit in Cockburn Ranges Lookout to appreciate the majestic beauty that it offers. The said range is also the most iconic views to see while in Gibb River Road. And please take note that Emma Gorge where we had swimming in waterhole is part of Cockburn Range. These photos are part of Day 6 (Gibb River Road) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.
When we reached Purnululu National Park, aside from Bungle Bungle Range (main feature of the park) to see, Osmond Range is there as well, a dry and rugged range which located on the western part of the park. When we entered the park’s vicinity, after driving along unsealed road for an hour, we stopped to witness Osmond Range. These photos are part of Day 3 (Purnululu National Park) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.
When we reached Lake Argyle Resort, I got a chance to take a photos of Lake Argyle from the top and from a distance. Looking at the lake, I can’t still believe that the lake was man-made lake or reservoir as for me it looks like a natural one. And I was amaze how vast the lake is and how full of species within or surrounds the lake. This huge lake is located in remote wilderness of East Kimberly in Western Australia. These photos are part of Day 2 (Judbarra/Lake Argyle) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.
After enjoying the Edith Falls, we drove towards Katherine Gorge. When we reach the park, we trekked to Baruwei Lookout where we had a chance to see and appreciate the beauty of Katherine Gorge. According to records, Nitmiluk National Park has 12 stunning gorges and some of its gorges can be seen when cruising the Katherine River which flows even from Kakadu National Park. These photos are part of Day 1 (Darwin to the Katherine Region) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.
Pinatubo Crater Lake is one of the lakes that I can say met my expectations. Because of crystallized scenery, I thought that is was similar to lakes that I found in Banff, Canada. These photos are part of Mount Pinatubo Trekking Adventure Photo Collection January 2017.
During the visit at Fisheye Marine Park, the beach beside the Fish Eye Observatory is what they call Tepungan Beach Park and already part of Piti Guam. Fishing in the area is prohibited to preserve the Pity Bay where Piti Bomb Holes also located that attracts so many fish that is beneficial for the divers to enjoy different kinds of species in the area and even at the Fish Eye Observatory. The photo is part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
Panoramic View (Post#32) : Fish Eye Marine Park and Asan Beach Park with Nimitz Hillside
Visiting Asan Bay Overlook is a worth to visit not only to realized the history that happens within the area of War in the Pacific National Historical Park but to appreciate beauty that it is now offering to anyone who visit the lookout. The scenery that I saw during the visit is now the contradiction of the historical events happened in the past. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
Aside from being considered as Magellan’s Landing site, Umatac Bay was former station of the ships before crossing the Pacific Ocean which used by Galleon trade route between Acapulco and Manila during Spanish period. Most of the ships station here to replenish their boats before embarking towards the vast ocean. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
When I reached Apugan hill, that’s when I understood why the Fort Santa Agueda has been so popular both for local and foreign visitors because the hill is a great lookout to appreciate the scenery of island’s west coast. At the lookout, Hagatna City, part of Agana Bay, Tumon Bay, Oka Point, Two Lovers Point and Ritidian Point can be seen from a distance. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
Visiting Two Lovers Point gave me something that is one of the memorable place to help me how great and wonderful the world indeed. At the Lookout Point, one of the scenic viewpoint to appreciate is the scenery of Tumon Bay 400 ft from the ground. Then it also gave me a chance to see the vast ocean even looking towards the far Philippine Sea and to glimpse the island at one point. People loved the place because of these reasons I listed above and most of all, it’s because of its accessibility. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.
When we were on our way to visit Sheffield town, I got a chance to see the stunning scenery of Mount Roland inside the vehicle. The mountain is a conservation area in the north-west coast of Tasmania and Sheffield is the nearest town at the vicinity of the mountain. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.
Our last itinerary during our second day tour around Tasmania was playing around at Henty Sand Dunes which still part of Strahan, this was the place where our group had the historic and memorable jump adventures which signifies the thematic name of the tour company. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013.
On my way back to Circular Quay from Manly Beach, it gave me a chance to see Sydney skyline and even its Opera House to see how beautiful the city at night. While practicing night photography, I had capture a shot of the city. The photo is part of Sydney Walking Tour April 2014 collection
Panoramic View (Post#25) : Walu Wugirriga (Mount Alexandra Lookout)
I had a chance to see some part of the tropical state of Australia which is Queensland. One of the places that I had a chance to reach was Mount Alexandra Lookout or “Walu Wugirriga” which means “look about” in Kimberley. The lookout offers the scenic view of Mount Alexandra foothills, Cape Kimberley, Snapper Island and Daintree River mouth. The snapshot was captured as part of my Cairns adventure happened last October 2013.
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Panoramic View (Post#24) : Minatomirai 21 At Yokohama
During our walk in Yokohama and when we on-boarded the historical NYK Hikawa Maru at Port of Yokohama, I got a chance to capture this scenery looking towards Minatomirai 21. This is the central business district of Yokohama. Snapshot captured during family tour in Japan last September 2015.
When my mountaineering group held a school outreach for the students in Sitio San Pedro Elementary School in San Jose Tarlac last July 2012, one of our side trip adventure was to climb Mount Tangisan. And from the summit of the mountain another noticeable mountain can be seen from afar and it was none other than Mount Arayat. This is the first mountain that people see while traveling along North Luzon Expressway coming from Metro Manila.
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Panoramic View (Post#22) : Victoria Valley and Victoria Range
One of the place that I dreamed to visit in Victoria State in Australia was Grampians National Park. The main reason why I wanted to visit the place because of its mountain ranges. I can’t really describe in one word the feelings that I have every time I am in such a place. Probably an inner peace within myself is one, the inspiration to have hope and to live again or the feelings of being reborn again. The photo above shows the Victoria Valley and Victoria Range which one of the scenic views to enjoy from Reeds Lookout in Grampians. We visited the place during sunset and the photo shows is cloudy and misty, we waited a little bit for clear sky just to witness this view before leaving the lookout. Scenery captured during our Grampians overnight adventure last July 2013.
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