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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Tree House and Long Winding Kennon Road


 
The Tree House at PMA, Baguio City - Summer Capital of the Philippines


The long winding Kennon Road to Baguio

The Lion Head (sorry not so clear, was taken by hubby from a long distance) on Kennon Road. Can you notice the cross? A lot of vehicles fell down into the cliff on  this site.
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11 comments:

eileeninmd said...

What a wonderful view and scene. The treehouse is cool, I know the children love to climb into the house.

Marie Höglund said...

THAT´s what I call looooong :-) Lovely shots. Thanks for sharing.

nice A said...

Thanks, Eileen and Marie, for your comments. I'll go hop onto your posts now:)

mitt vattenhål said...

great treehouse and the second one with deep scenery of winding roads and mountains. thanks for sharing

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Kathy said...

Kmzta na Miss A? Wow! ganda naman ng view sa Baguio, I haven't been there so I am trying to convince hubby to visit there when we come for a vacation...

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Tammie Lee said...

tree houses hold such an enchantment as does this windy road. Thanks for sharing.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Lovely scenery - I especially like the middle one. The tree house looks fun. Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments - they're always appreciated.
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Mel Avila Alarilla said...

I love the tree house. It looks so inviting. I always love to see the view on a tree house especially if it's from Baguio. The photo on the winding Kennon Road is simply breathtaking. Your hubby must be a professional photographer to get such fantastic pictures. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

nice A said...

@Mel, thanks a lot for liking the photos taken in Baguio. Hubby tries to be a pro that's why kinukulit nga po ako bumili ng new cam na pang-pro tlga kc gamit niya dito nong umakyat kami sa Baguio 3 years back ay videocam ng Canon kaya di gaanong okay ang resolution esp sa long distance shots. Di pa rin siya contento sa Ixus na Canon gusto niya tlga yong pang-long range like Canon EOS-1V or Nikon80 up.

Judith said...

what a view down the winding road and yes I noticed the cross

Helena said...

That's an amazing view of the road, especially the middle shot. Looks like it could be a very treacherous drive.

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