Walking is one of the things I do to free my mind from the things that trouble me or whenever I feel the need to unwind, and scoop for inspiration. Often, I bring my phone or sometimes a camera in case I may find something interesting to shoot.
I am not a photographer, maybe a shutterbug for landscapes, architecture, installments, artworks, notes or anything that could resemble a still life feel – capture a moment that could paint a thousand words.
Zambales is one of those places that boast scenic places in the Philippines. Other than its beaches, the province is home to rich classic architecture and history, green countryside, and wonderful people – not to mention, good food.
Cabangan, one of the towns in Zambales, has that warm, cozy ambiance. Its laid back, rural feel charms both local and foreign tourists. Adding to its appeal are the beaches, and other sceneries that are worth every shot.
Take, for example, the Tangway River. Walking along the river’s bank is exhilarating. Biking is another option, especially during the morning.
As usual, I preferred to walk and I brought the camera with me and took some shots, which I gradually watermarked and added some with quotations about journey.
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