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The November-December 2007 issue of the National Geographic Traveler's magazine chose Palawan as one of the best travel destinations in the world. It particularly recommended El Nido and the Calamianes Islands. Palawan is part of the Sunda Plate, a plate that is entirely separate from the Philippine Mobile Belt to which the rest of the Philippines belongs. The limestone cliffs here are similar to those that can be found in Ha Long Bay in Vietnam and Guilin in China, as well as Krabi in Thailand, all of which are part of the Eurasian Plate.
An early morning scene before the town wakes up. Taken from a restaurant window before ordering breakfast. I tonemapped the image in Photomatix then adjusted contrast and sharpness minimally.
Altered Image #2
adjustments, frame, title
I changed here gamma, contrast, deepen and darken only a little bit and add frame plus title.
Altered Image #1
Only a crop so the mountain gets more into focus.
Canon PowerShot A80