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Al Wahba Crater Escapade (Part 3)

Part 1: Read here.
Part 2: Read here.

Al Wahba Crater is great for nature photography, especially using wide-angle lens. I don’t have any wide conversion lens with me for my Fuji X100s so I was not able to capture the whole crater in one photograph, except in panorama mode. Here’s a photo of the crater on a clear sky.

al wahba crater

Actually it was enough for us, but when clouds suddenly appeared on the skies few minutes while we were preparing to leave, everyone grabbed the opportunity to make better photos of this amazing place on Earth.

The shadow effect made by the clouds created good tone variations on the ground too.

shadow and highlight layered tones al wahba crater

Here are other random photos of the place.

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I just have one proposal for a great photography experience on this place. Al Wahba Crater is one of the best place to do star trail photography.

But because we did not afford to stay there overnight, let me have the privilege to show two  time-lapse photography of two Pinoy Tambayan photographers,

Time-lapse photography by Jon Soriano.

and by Wayne Cruz

Before I end this post about our adventure, it will not be complete without having a selfie. 😀
selfie on al wahba crater

There are a lot of great places here in the Kingdom waiting to be developed, and I believe many are not yet discovered. Wherever it may be, Pinoy photographers will conquer them. Maybe not in our time but it will come.

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2 responses

  1. alienorajt

    Wow! Stunning images: humbling, somehow.

    March 11, 2014 at 11:22 pm

    • Thanks a lot. I realized that in a middle of nowhere, there will always be something great.

      March 11, 2014 at 11:26 pm

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