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Everyday El Nido from East to West in 25 Photos Captured using Honor 6

I could never get tired of walking by the beach in the afternoon after work. In fact I look forward to what the sunset would be like that day. It’s never the same, especially when the amorphous clouds roll in to paint the sky towards the end of the day. El Nido, Palawan has been my home for almost three months and it’s one of the places in the country I wouldn’t mind staying long. When an opportunity arose to work on a project there, I grabbed it immediately. How can I say no to a place surrounded by inviting turquoise waters, dramatic karst islands and captivating sunsets almost everyday? While I go around my ways in El Nido, most of the time walking, I didn’t carry my DSLR or compact camera all the time. It was my smartphone that captured most of the everyday scenery I see, and quite recently the 13MP prowess of the Huawei Honor 6 takes center stage. Here are photos of El Nido that made me appreciate the beauty of the destination every day.

Corong-corong Panorama with the Honor 6
Corong-corong Panorama with the Honor 6

I could never get tired of walking by the beach in the afternoon after work. In fact I look forward to what the sunset would be like that day. It’s never the same, especially when the amorphous clouds roll in to paint the sky towards the end of the day. El Nido, Palawan has been my home for almost three months and it’s one of the places in the country I wouldn’t mind staying long. When an opportunity arose to work on a project there, I grabbed it immediately. How can I say no to a place surrounded by inviting turquoise waters, dramatic karst islands and captivating sunsets almost everyday? While I go around my ways in El Nido, most of the time walking, I didn’t carry my DSLR or compact camera all the time. It was my smartphone that captured most of the everyday scenery I see, and quite recently the 13MP prowess of the Huawei Honor 6 takes center stage. Here are photos of El Nido that made me appreciate the beauty of the destination every day.

View of the town from where I was staying
View of the town from where I was staying

El Nido from East to West

A good bulk of my photos were taken in Corong-corong, the site where my project work is done. It’s always a nice walk since its the area in town with unobstructed view of the sunset. Most people think that El Nido only ends in the town and the islands of Bacuit Bay but the east side of the mainland is still part of El Nido municipality. Visited Sibaltan and nearby islands there as well. The images has already gone through some global processing on colors, shadow/highlight adjustments, horizon alignment and cropping.

The Balayong or the Palawan Cherry in bloom
The Balayong or the Palawan Cherry in bloom

The Honor 6

Excellent imaging is one of the big factors when I buy a smartphone. I have a history of buying phones with exceptional cameras. The Huawei Honor 6 combined with its latest EMUI 3.0 (Emotion UI) camera interface is one winning mobile photography combination. It’s impressive how fast the start-up time when opening up the camera application. The interface is IOS-ish but with added functionalities. Even the native editing is as good as installing popular Android photo editing apps. I’ll be reviewing the mobile imaging of the Honor 6 later but in the meantime check out the unboxing and key features of the smartphone at FerdziView.

Sunset over Cadlao Island
Sunset over Cadlao Island
Soaking in the scenery at Corong-corong
Soaking in the scenery at Corong-corong
Swimming dog and Mangrove sunset
Swimming dog and Mangrove sunset
Low tide sunset at Corong-corong
Low tide sunset at Corong-corong
Boat and low-tide
Boat and low-tide
Sneaky shark sunset
Sneaky shark sunset
Tourist heading back and dinner at the Aplaya
Tourist heading back and dinner at the Aplaya
Beach walk
Beach walk

More photos on the next page…

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