This is Why I’ll Never Get Tired of Going Back to Bukidnon

Mt. Kalatungan traverse
Pangantucan, Bukidnon
July 28-29, 2012


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8 thoughts on “This is Why I’ll Never Get Tired of Going Back to Bukidnon

        1. Tintin Post author

          Uhm, tsamba? Hehe. The silky water effect is usually achieved with a lower shutter speed but since my point-and-shoot doesn’t allow me to manually set the shutter speed, I just set it to “foliage” (which has a more vivid color setting) and hope for the best. That silky water shot was actually problematic because the stationary elements (leaves, tree branches) were also blurry. I didn’t have a tripod (and there’s no way I’m bringing one on a climb) and I have shaky hands which is why nothing was sharp in that photo. It’s good the silky water thing still worked out though.

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    1. Tintin Post author

      The trails were great but the weather was bad. Strong winds and rains were battering us on the ridge and on the summit campsite the whole night. We barely got any sleep. There was also no view on the peak because the fog was too thick. Still, it was one heck of an experience and I had fun. πŸ˜€

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    1. Tintin Post author

      I don’t know about them being Nat Geo material but thank you for saying so! Yes, we do have a beautiful country and I’m head over heels in love with it.

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