Saturday, August 11, 2012

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Scenic views at National Maritime Polytechnic


This is my first photo-blog. So I hope that you would like the photos that I personally taken.

National Maritime Polytechnic is a world class maritime training facility so I trained their for ten days. Out of boredom, I took some pictures. Well, most of the pictures here are shots of the famous bridge, San Juanico.





I really love to take a pictures of the sky and sea. Well, I can't miss a shot without the beauty of our nature.


San Juanico bridge was constructed during the Marcos Administration, it was  build to connect the islands of Leyte and Samar but actually the San Juanico Bridge is a gift of the former president Marcos to his wife Imelda Romualdez.



The mountains or islands that you see here is part of the Samar Region. Specifically, the huge mountain that you see here is part of the Municipality of Sta. Rita. Santa Rita is the municipality that will welcome you after crossing the San Juanico Bridge if you came from Leyte.






I love the view here personally. The mountains, the seas and the skies is so wonderful. That's why I love to take pictures of it.








You can have a good view of the San Juanico Bridge at the wharf of NMP.








Front view of the NMP Training Building where the trainees undergo their classes.


I hope that you enjoyed the pictures I posted here. :D

60 comments:

  1. ganda ng kuha mo .. keep on capturing good pictures :)

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    1. Thanks for the appreciation. I will try to capture more good pictures even though I'm not a photographer. lol

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  2. Great shots continue growing as a photographer:)

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    1. Thanks. I will try even though i'm not a photographer. lol

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  3. nice start in photography... try to learn more the basics and rules as a guide to capturing better photographs...:D

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    1. I will try to learn the basics so that I can take good pictures like you. :D

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  4. keep up the hobby and keep sharing your photos here on the blogsphere.

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    1. Thanks for the appreciation. I will share some photos if there's some. :D

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  5. Thanks for sharing!!! i personally like pic number 3...

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    1. Your welcome, I'm glad that you liked it. :D

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  6. In fairness for a first timer ang ganda ng kuha mo. Also, anong klaseng training ginawa mo?

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    1. Thanks for the appreciation. :D BST or SOLAS ang kinuha ko, :D

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  7. Great photos! I was lucky enough to cross this bridge during my visit to Leyte.

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    1. That's nice. The bridge is really great. :D

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  8. That's a hell of a view. I love all the photos.

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  9. Your photos show much promise, keep at it!

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    1. Thank you, I will keep it up if I had time to take some pictures. :D

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  10. nice photos. so that's the san juanico bridge.

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    1. Thanks, yah that's the San Juanico Bridge. You better go here if you want to see it. :D

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  11. Those pictures are really good! Never been here. Thanks for the share. looking forward to read more on your adventure.

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    1. Thanks for appreciating the pictures. I will post more adventures here. :D

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  12. can't believe that these photos were taken in our country so beautiful

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  13. I'm not good in photo critiquing. But the way you take pictures are good. Keep it up.

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  14. Very good photography.......and pictures....

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  15. Ganda talaga ng San Juanico Bridge.

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    1. Ganda nga kaya lagi ko yang pinipicturan. ;D

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  16. what a beautiful view. I have been to San Juanico bridge once crossing from Leyte to Samar than back...but this is the first time I saw it from this vantage point.

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    1. That's nice. You should cross it once again. ;D

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  17. I've never been in San Juanico knowing that it is not just far away from where I am. But you do have great capture of the place and pretty crisp as well.

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  18. Ang galing, hope I learn to take great shots like you =)

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    1. You can learn it. I just played with the cam. hehe

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  19. The great San Juanico Bridge, oh I wonder when I can see this place. I need to put it on my list to travel and adventures. Nice shots.

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    1. You should so that you can take pictures of it . :D

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  20. wow. breathtaking photos. love it! :)

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    1. Breathtaking talaga. hehe, Thanks for the appreciation. ;D

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  21. Nice Arjay! Try playing with filters too! ;)

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    1. I will try, but the camera I used doesn't support filters. lol

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    1. I love taking pictures of the bule sky. ;D

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  23. Hopefully, by December, I will have my photo taken on that bridge, too! =) 3rd and 4th shots are fantastic!

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    1. Good for you. ;D Thanks for the appreciation. It motivates me . lol

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  24. Looks like a really tranquil place to visit. Thanks for sharing these photos.

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  25. nice photos. you have truly captured the real beauty of the place

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  26. I like all the photos especially #5, so serene.

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    1. I zoomed the cam to the full level when I took it. :D Thanks for appreciating it.

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  27. The photos were pretty good. Just keep on shooting and reading photography books as well. ^_^.

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  28. Nice shots! You definitely should have more photo blog posts.

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  29. Love the photos! Wonderful shots :)

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  30. I love all of your pictures. Thanks for sharing with us.

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