While taking my son out for a playing time outside the house, I saw the orange thing again from outer space. I took the chance of taking another shot as it hides from the horizon and shines in another part of the world.
Here are more captures from our Bantayan Island getaway and when I look at it again, I came to realize that we got some good shots though, at least the way I see it yet I am open for suggestions on how to improve my skills.
This shot is on the right if you are facing Sta. Fe Beach Club.
This is obviously facing the pier.
The same shot as above, only that I partially cut the glaring sunset. And all of the shots did not pass any photo editor except for resizing only.
While watching the sunsets and about to fade to the other side of the world and before it becomes a sunrise, we had some great find when we heed back to our room. Although the resort that we are staying is not new and had been in business for quite some time already but with the reflections of the fading sun to its facades had a great impact the way you look at the picture below.
The coconut tress on the far left of the island complement in making it a postcard perfect and the beam coming from the sun is just the right lighting to blend in. That is just how I see it from a newbie stand point. The picture hasn’t been into any photo editor except that it was resized to fit to the dimension of the blog’s theme.
The photo is part of our 5-day getaway in Bantayan Island and the edifice on the far right is the Sta. Fe Beach Club where we stayed.
Here’s some of the sunsets that we took during our visit in Bantayan Island in our second day. He wad a good view right in front of the balcony.
All are taken using my old Canon PowerShot S400 PNS. I am just imagining what would it be like if it was a DSLR. Well see when I have the chance and probably by March in my next vacation.
Leaving a comment on what else to be done is important and appreciated so I can improve.