The Pristine Water Around Capones Island

Whenever I blog about a particular place, what I usually write are the things I remember right there and then. The lighthouse was the first thing that crossed my mind; however, I did not actually have a decent picture of it. I only have one that is really a standout among the many.

This sole picture will show you the beauty of Capones Island. After all, a picture can paint a thousand words.

Capones Island in Pundaquit (Zambales) is characterized by huge rock formations, grasslands (brown in the picture because summer was at its peak-2010), and huge rock formations encircled by coral beaches.

Photo Source (PS): iPhone 2G

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  2. I never got to this part of Capones. Now I wish I had… beautiful pictures!


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Don’t worry, Ms. Fiona, you can always get to that part if you wish to. Just take a look at these photos over and over again. I wish these pictures should have been captured by a DSLR to give you the “decent” environs of Capones 😉


  3. aRVee says:

    I was just wondering what it’s like inside a lighthouse?


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Inside, you’re like in an oven. Outside or at the top, you’re like floating in the air because of strong winds.


  4. Those pictures blew me away. It looks like what you see in the Mediterranean Islands. I never knew that Zambales has breathtaking Islands like this. The lighthouse , the blue sea, the dreamy landscape, all of these you captured beautifully on your photos. Well done my friend. One day , you and your son will be revisiting this places. It would be a great adventure for both of you. God bless you and your family. Thanks for sharing and the comments. See you in weekly photo challenge for this week.


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      See you in WPC for this week. Thanks too for the time as always!


  5. jakesprinter says:

    I Love the beauty of this post nice work my friend 🙂


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