True enough, Nagsasa Cove was able to live to our expectations. I think Anawangin Cove is more photogenic and pleasing to the eyes but I find Nagsasa more majestic and homey.
I was able to wake up the next day early enough to see the sun rise and slowly light the mountains and surrounding area. The following photos show the breaking of dawn in Nagsasa Cove.
The mountains of Nagsasa Cove are somewhat monotonous in color as they are not adorned with trees. With that, I am referring to a particular time of the day. But the grassy surface makes it glow yellowish in the early morning and during sunset and brownish during the day. That makes the mountains of Nagsasa Beautiful. In this case, monotonous means variable.
We were not able to explore other angles aside from that of the beach area as we decided not to climb. As what our companions from Cebu, Doi and Ed said, we might have appreciated the area more if we only did. Even so, Nagsasa Cove is still a thing of beauty. As the sun rises in the east, I saw this striking cloud formation adding drama to the mountains .......