7/13/2009

Ruby Tuesday#8 Prayer Mountain

These pictures were taken inside the Prayer Mountain, Calinan, Davao City. The place was restricted and outsiders can only get in with prior approval from the management. Nonetheless, it was really worthwhile to visit the place as it was really beautiful.




















































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12 comments:

Carletta said...

BEAUTIFUL!
I just love that little waterfall with such lush surroundings.

Mary said...

What a beautiful and serene spot.

~Just me again~ said...

That is really beautiful.

Felisol said...

This is a place for outer and inner peace.
I'm glad you took me for a visit.
Oh, to sit there and listen to the bubbling waterfall surrounded by these rare, but beautiful flowers.
A dream come true.
From felisol

ellievellie said...

Those are really gorgeous! I want to take a walk trough that alley with the hubby!

The Laughing Idiot said...

How beautiful - I especially like the second one.

AbBy said...

hahahaha. mao ba...gusto ka pa? i have loads of it, iemail nako nimo...mao na akong pangtulog sa mga bata, mga instrumental in korean...bantog ra tingali hangtud karon di pa japon kalitok akong youngest, naglibog na sya kung unsay litukon - sa balay bisaya ug tagalog, sa gawas english ug spanish, unya ang sounds korean..waaa

Ralph said...

The red flowers nicely frame the gentle waterfall. Peaceful and serene, this looks like the ideal place for solitude and thought. Very nice!

jams o donnell said...

What a beautiful scene. Happy WW

Patti said...

What a gorgeous place ~ what else can I say? I agree with the others, it looks like such a serene setting.

Thanks for coming by to visit me.

Happy Belated Ruby Tuesday.

caryn said...

wow, ang ganda! the colors of the foliage are absolutely amazing. so serene and uplifting ;-)

AbBy said...

naay naadtuan akong mama dati nga lugar, hastang layua daw pero di daw ka bation ug kapoi...something about virgin mary and sothing daw kau...i'll ask her kung unsa to nga lugar...just adding a feather to your cap.