March 7, 2014

Photographs of Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada is one of the coldest places I have been to here in the Philippines. And I was so fortunate to explore this beautiful town after we toured around Baguio City with the One Year in Mission SSD team.

Sagada is a municipality in Mountain Province and is approximately 275 kilometers north of Manila and 140 kilometers from Baguio City. It is a notable and well-known travel destination in the Cordillera region because of its wide variety of activities for tourists and adventurers.

Let me share to you what I have seen in Sagada through my photographs!

 
 

Special thanks to:
- Southern Asia-Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventists
- Mountain Provinces Mission
- One Year in Mission SSD

22 comments:

  1. Wow, Ephraim, your photos made me feel like I'm actually there! Such vivid images. WOW (paulit-ulit, haha)!

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    1. Hello Gay! Thanks for dropping by! Yeah, that's literally from sunrise to sunset. Sagada is amazing! :)

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  2. I've seen great reviews of Sagada and would love to visit the place one day. Your photos are enticing that I would want to go there the soonest! :)

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    1. Hi Tet! Yes, you will really enjoy Sagada! Thanks for your appreciation! :)

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  3. Cool pictures! The colors are vibrant. What camera did you use?

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    1. Thanks Gab! I used our team's DSLR, Canon Rebel T2i. :)

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  4. Nice photos of Sagada! I especially like the last one. :)

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    1. Thank you so much! The last one is a sunset shot in Sagada! So cool and breathtaking! :)

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  5. Is it just or I just noticed the transition... like in the first few photos, where tts arrangement made me feel that from-dusk-to-dawn-like vibrant. Pretty damn nice shots!

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    1. Yeah, the photos are literally from sunrise to sunset. Thanks for appreciating the photos! :)

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  6. Sagada...I wish I I could go this summer! The view is so beautiful!

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    1. Wena, going to Sagada in summer is perfect! It's so cold out there. Thanks! :)

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  7. Those are really great photos. I feel my favorite was the Hanging Coffin because it is somehow creepy but also a great landmark of history.

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    1. Thanks! The Hanging Coffins was on my number 1 place to visit in Sagada and it never failed me.

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  8. wow - may buhay yung mga pictures:) ramdam ko tuloy ang sagada kahit di pa ako nakapunta.

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    1. Christeen, hello! Punta ka na dun. Thanks for your appreciation! :)

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  9. one of the places I want to visit someday. Kuya eph your photos are really nice.

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    1. Hello KC! Thanks! Visit Sagada na, you will really enjoy there! :)

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  10. Wow! God's love is really felt in His creations... Bro, do you happen to know if we have a church there and who to contact? Whenever I travel, I make sure I get to visit our church and share/use my God given talent also and I'm Sagada bound this May 1st week. Godbless our mission! :) Sis.Jaja (SDA AY - QC Area)

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    1. Hello Sis! Thanks for sharing your thoughts here. Actually, we went there in Sagada with the One Year in Mission-SSD team. And we had contacts. You can contact the Youth Director of Mountain Provinces Mission, Pastor Aplod, because he was the one who arranged the trip for us. You can also pass by Baguio City, visit the mission headquarters and go to Sagada. Actually, we spent two nights on a church a town before Sagada. Enjoy your trip there! :)

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  11. Is that Kiltepan Viewpoint (yung first two photos)?
    Sagada is definitely amazing. Medyo matagal-tagal na biyahe pero worth it :)

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    1. Yes, Joann! It's in Kiltepan Viewpoint, the place for sunrise watching in Sagada, hehe.. :)

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