Bulusan volcano up close

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Bulusan Volcano in Sorsogon up close
For a brief moment, I was there, staring with my supertelephoto lens her gaping mouth while several thousand feet above the ground. From a plane’s seat.

Mt. Bulusan in Sorsogon, at the southeastern end of Luzon has been in the news last year for its rumblings and eruptions. And for a few times that I’ve been passing Matnog either from Manila or from Allen, Northern Samar, I couldn’t exactly pinpoint its real location.

Until I flew from Catarman, Northern Samar to Manila yesterday, I had the best view of the volcano’s crater. Like Mt. Mayon last year, up close.

It’s crater is not as wide as I expected, but still gaping. If not for the clouds, an almost perfect view of this volcano would have been had. But I’m not complaining.

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6 thoughts on “Bulusan volcano up close

  1. Ang ganda sir! oo, parang ung Mayon last year, same beautiful photo.

  2. the closest i got to Bulusan Volcano is at the Bulusan Lake… thanks for sharing this wonderful sight! 🙂

  3. Ang lupet!!! this is such a breath-taking sight! Amazing photo, as always 🙂

  4. estancabigas says:

    thanx! 🙂

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