From a four-day endeavor of touring the southernmost region of the Luzon Island, we took a detour in one of the Philippine islands which stares at the great Pacific eye to eye. Being nestled in front of a vast ocean made it vulnerable to typhoons and storms, therefore being named as the “Land of the Howling Winds”. Where there are howling winds, oceans and open seas, came along with are huge waves rushing towards dry land, and where there are waves, there’s, definitely, surfing. Situated in this island is a beach hideout where not only surfers are fond of, but outdoor and beach enthusiasts as well. Go face to face with the “Majestics” right here in Puraran Beach. Read more…
#033: Fake EXTREME Magazine Cover
Extreme Magazine is an extreme sports mag I created a few months back (I don’t even know if Extreme Magazine actually exist) to practice guidelines, fonts, and typography in magazine layouts. I made up all the titles, captions, articles, authors and everything else but I took the photo though which was in Puraran Catanduanes when my friend was “bouldering”.
Baras, Catanduanes: Puraran’s Majestic Majestic’s Sunrise
Puraran’s waves rising 6 six feet above sea level is known as “The Majestics” in the local surfing scene. Situated facing the blue Pacific, the sunrise greets Catanduanes with a good morning.
Read more about the Majestics in Puraran Beach in Baras, Catanduanes.