Peaceful { Weekly Photo Challenge }

A picture of my niece atop the grassland summit of Mt. Pulag in Benguet, Philippines at daybreak. The white area you see below are clouds with a tinge of orange on the horizon where the sun is just starting to peek. This is a breathtaking view of what we call “the sea of cloud phenomenon”.
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One of the most beautiful mountains in my country, it is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 meters above sea level. Mt. Pulag is favorite destination for trekkers and anyone who loves the outdoors.

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(photo credits: my nephew Dwight)

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49 thoughts on “Peaceful { Weekly Photo Challenge }

  1. What an amazing view! Lovely capture. This seems to me a bit like sitting atop the world.

  2. great pix, stay strong

  3. Nice photo! Would love that climb! My father is originally from St. Felipe, Luzon.

  4. Wow, what an amazing place, and very peaceful indeed! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  5. Great shot! What a gorgeous view and it definitely looks peaceful! I’d love to go there when I get the chance to visit again 🙂

  6. This was a interesting article to read, thank you for sharing it.

  7. I didn’t even think these kinds of scenery exist in Philippines. Must be a cold point spot of the Philippines.

    That’s really amazing.

    How long it takes to ascend to the top?

  8. Clouds?! That’s such a different view than I’ve ever seen.

  9. Sitting in that place, looking at that view, there has to be a sense of peace. Great capture.

  10. It certainly suits the theme – thanks for stopping by my blog
    🙂

  11. Breathtaking indeed. It’s like having your soul commune with the heavens and the world stood still…still enough to hear your heart beat and your heart’s inner longings. Longings of peace that will help us overcomes all odds. Beautiful!

    • We all need our ‘peace space’ as I call it. It’s a time to tune in to our inner being and hear our heart speak. We tend to be overwhelmed with the noises of our daily grind that it deafens the true voice within.

      Thanks for the visit Island Traveller!

  12. That definitely looks peaceful 🙂

  13. Wow, being above the clouds would be peaceful! Great photo! Also, thanks so much for visiting and following my blog – much appreciated!

  14. Thanks for the pingback!!! Wonderful photo!

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  16. Nice shot and the place looks cold, I should know, haha 🙂

  17. Wow! I thought that was the sea at first glance, what a view!

    Thanks for the pingback.

  18. ..and a little tidbit about Philippines. I like that. *smiley smile*

  19. Jennifer

    amazing!!

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  22. Looks bloomin; cold but nice

  23. Beautiful photo.
    I’ll keep an eye on your blog.
    Currently I’m doing a 365 project, but when it’s over, I’m thinking about starting a weekly photo-challenge.

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  25. What an achievement to climb there and a great photo.

  26. Brandon

    What a stunning pic. It looks really peaceful. http://wp.me/pdJ7S-uC

  27. Um…Wow! Great photo!

  28. WOW this is an exceptional view!

  29. Great view! Thanks for the pingback 🙂

  30. magnificent view… must be incredible being there..

  31. Looks cold but I bet there wasn’t a sound up there. That’s one thing that I love about being in the mountains – the sound of silence.
    Thanks for sharing.

  32. Fascinating!

  33. What an incredible view. I bet she cherishes that forever!

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