A Skimpy Taste of Bolinao White Beach and Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, Pangasinan, Philippines

After a great solo adventure in Aurora Province last December 2016, I had a spare time to visit a friend and have a long drive from Dagupan City, Pangasinan to the white sand beach of Bolinao, Pangasinan before we drove back to Baguio City.

This great wonder is situated in the western part of Luzon and has a lot of things to offer. Aside from the beach that we have visited, we have seen a couple of roads heading to the falls and caves which I am planning to visit on my next trip in this municipality. Since we only have a limited time for this trip, we just end up visiting the lighthouse and had a short dip in the waters of the beach.

I will be showcasing the beauty of the white sand beach during low-tide and the Cape Bolinao Lighthouse. (please see individual photos for the settings)

Presenting my gallery for this trip:

Canon EOS 60d
18-135mm

©18Megapixel
2016

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11 thoughts on “A Skimpy Taste of Bolinao White Beach and Cape Bolinao Lighthouse, Pangasinan, Philippines

  1. Excellent pics, I have the older 50D, but have not used it much lately in favour of my portable Nikon with video. I am thinking about upgrading my Canon in the Spring however. Would love a Canon 5D Mark IV, but far too pricey. Great site, wonderful shots!

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    1. Hi mike! 🙂 planning on upgrading too. But it’s way to pricey.. hahaha need to earn a handful of money to get a better camera. For now, my 60d can still perform well and stick to it for a couple of years hopefully. 🙂

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