Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Photo Shoot : Can-ayan, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon

I've got a chance to visit again this part of the City of Malaybalay wherein the site is the most visited place for some outdoor enthusiasts, like trekking activity. This is located within the Barangay Can-ayan of the City of Malaybalay. It is just about a 7 kilometers trek to the so-called two-trees from the Kaamulan Provincial Tree Park or from Gawad Kalinga Subdivision.
After 30 minutes of trek, you will be rewarded with this scenery. Actually this place was already visited by some of famous travel bloggers in the Philippines, like Journeying James and The Pinay Solo Backpacker. Last Kaamulan Festival, just this year, this was visited also by at least 8 Pinoy Travel Bloggers who came from other parts of the Country. They are Love Mindanao (Dennis), Pinas Muna (Ramil and Edgar), Nathalie (My Wandering Soles), Journeying Pinay (Heiz), Suroy Pilipinas (Earl), D' Trekero (Tupe), Journey and Travels (Doc Wends), Hiker's Itch (Doc Remo) and Pinay Travelista (Lai). 

Most locals preferred to bring their visitors here since aside from a short trek and a cardio exercise, a breathtaking view of nature will be a good respite.
And also this one, the imposing view of the Mount Kitanglad near the two trees as your vantage point. 

Camera                 :  Nikon D5100
Mode                     :  Manual
Aperture               :  f/10
Exposure Time   :   1/250 sec.
ISO-Speed           :   ISO-160
Metering Mode   :  Pattern
Exposure Bias    :   -1 step
Focal Length       :   18 mm
Lens                      :   Nikkor afs dx 18-55 mm VR
Post Processing  :    Basic Curves 


2 Con Tour Passers by:

  1. I Love the 3rd to the last Picture, nice horizon

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  2. Its definitely the last thing that a trekker should do in this area. The peak is in the so called two-trees. Taking photos of Mt. Kitanglad. Thanks tansyong in visiting my site.

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