This post came a bit late but I can’t surely ignore it, can I? Mine says Dreams and Escapes (with an S at the end). There are several pictures I took that would exactly describe what the word escape means to me but the following three shots stand out.
CALERUEGA. This is one of my favorite places. I could stay here and just listen to the silence or write a journal while admiring the view and feeling the cold breeze touch my cheeks. That’s my daughter busy with something. I remember, we brought that tripod and three digital cameras, mounting one permanently to the former while we were exploring the place.
PUNDAKIT BEACH, SAN ANTONIO, ZAMBALES. I remember those days when we used to go on road trips discovering new places . If only for the serenity of the place, I would come back here and see the sunrise or admire a wonderful sunset. Beyond those mountains is Anawangin and overlooking this one is Capones Island.
TANAY. December 27, 2009, my first trip out-of-town after six rigorous sessions of chemotherapy. Can I endure the exhilaration of going down these trails and climbing up the mountains of Tanay? I did it with flying colors, a brief escape from the fact that I was so depressed while undergoing treatments.
The beauty of nature gives us that feeling of oneness with the universe, a form of escape from pain and heartaches. I always love this phrase posted in every corner at Caleruega which I have adopted in most of my blogs, Close To Nature, Closer To God.