Shooting Action in Sagada

Sunrise at Kiltepan
Sunrise at Kiltepan, we found this foreign couple already there which made for a nice foreground to the scener. Sorry for ruining your alone time!

Oh those yummy yoghurt, the fresh air, the cool weather and the relaxing greens. How can one not like Sagada? I can never get tired of the place. It’s no wonder Karl Grobl included this pleasant mountain town in his two weeks itinerary. Aside from getting real close to nature, it is full of photographic possibilities in terms of naturescapes and culture.

The group positions themselves for the sunrise
The group positions themselves for the sunrise

We took the adventurious route once again from Vigan to Sagada via the long 11-hour ride through Bessang Pass. We did have some interesting stops along the way to stretch our legs and break the trip. I’ve written about Sagada extensively on my Travel Blog En Route so I’ll just share images from the group’s activity in Sagada.

Alejandra in action
Alejandra in action at the viewpoint
Bart from Rock Inn
Bart from Rock Inn! Aww who wouldn’t love this dog, a constant companion to the viewpoint. We decided to let him ride going back to the inn
Getting a good angle at the Hanging Coffins
Getting a good angle at the Hanging Coffins
Group hug by the hanging coffins
Group hug by the hanging coffins
France up close the coffins at Lumiang Burial Cave
France up close the coffins at Lumiang Burial Cave
Karl with Doris
Karl with Doris, really impressed with Doris and her husband Jerry, even at their age of 70+ they’ve been going around the world and been to 73 countries already
Bob and his red umbrella at Kapay-aw Terraces
Bob and his red umbrella at Kapay-aw Terraces, a nice contrast while he shoots some mist-ifying terraces on a rainy afternoon
Group hug at the Sagada Yogurt House
Group hug at the Sagada Yogurt House

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