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Sunrise in Real, Quezon
Part 9 of a series.
Tired from our adventures and beach-ing, we had a very good sleep, accompanied with the crashing of the waves.
The sun rises on the east. And since we were on the eastern seaboard of the Philippines, I made an effort to wake up early to see and capture the sunrise.
When I got out of the door though, I was surprised as it was drizzling, and chilly cold! Nonetheless, I still headed to the beach, hoping to see the sunrise.
5:34am and the sun is showing no signs
5:39am, seems like the sun has risen but is covered with clouds.
I still waited…
Fishing boats parked by the shore
5:50am, fishermen heading out to sea
And waited. I know the sun has already risen but I was hoping for it to at least, show up.
6:02am, footprints in the sand
Gentle waves, but the skies seemed to darken
Seemed like a storm was brewing!
A few moments after the above-photo was taken, rain fell, so hard, that I had to run back to our room with my camera and tripod. Sigh. No sunrise. But I don’t see it as a waste of sleeping hours and effort though. At least, I still got to see fishermen heading out for their first catch of the day, locals jogging along the shore, and visitors taking a very early dip.
(…to be continued)