Monday, November 03, 2008

Willy's Rock

Willy's Rock is the most photographed landmark on Boracay. This Gothic castle-like volcanic formation is located in Station One and dominates the White Beach seascape. Facing the beach is a grotto which contains a statue of the Virgin Mary. During high-tide, you can wade out in shallow waters approximately one hundred meters to Willy's Rock, but on low-tide, you can just walk right thru it and even climb on the stairs leading to the Grotto. On top, you will have a commanding view of the White Beach and also Panay Island on the distant horizon.

Willy's Rock during Low-Tide


Willy's Rock during High-Tide


The Backmost Isle


Wader facing the Rocks


Silhouette...almost


Not a Gentle Breeze


Just a lovely Sight



This is my 3rd entry to the new and very successful meme That's My World. To view other participants, just click here.

60 comments:

  1. oo nga. masasabi mo talaga na nasa boracay ka pag nakita mo itong bato sa picture ng mga tao. hehehe...

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  2. Fantastic shots friend... Really nice... Keep on rocking friend....

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  3. Very nice cloud formations. Very true! Very prominent landmark of Boracay. How old na kaya yan?

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  4. That is very beautiful. The best features on earth were made by God, not man.

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  5. I didn't realize they call it Willy's Rock. I always knew it as Boracay Rock. lol

    Interesting to know though.

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  6. willy's rock pala ang tawag dyan. dito ko lang nalaman. thanks for the info. Noong pumunta kami sa bora , high tide kaya hindi kami nakaakyat.

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  7. beautiful sites! perfect!

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  8. the most photographed rock in boracay. love the 2nd and last photos.

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  9. W-O-W!!!!!

    Likewise, Great shots!!!!

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  10. beautiful photography...you captured it well, my friend!

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  11. Willy's Rock pala tawag dun. Basta ako eversince groto lang tawag ko ;) hehehe

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  12. I can certainly see why the landmark is among the most photographed! You are a very lucky man to be able to immortalize such amazing views in your photos!

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  13. sige lang, keep those photos coming. lalo mo lang akong tinatakam. pramis, i will be in Bora this December, come hell or high waters. he he

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  14. Great Great Great shots - I think these are my favorites, so far!!!

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  15. What's w/the stations? I was watching "When Love Begins" it mentioned Boracay Station Two. Just curios.

    Nice place though! Very explorable.

    ;)

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  16. You live in a veritable wonderland of beauty and treasure...
    Sandi

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  17. LS: Those photos are really beautiful of a that special rock formation. Thanks for taking the time to capture it at the different tide levels.

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  18. beautiful images from a wonderful place.

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  19. yayain mo naman ako sa Bora?!

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  20. What a spectacular series of photos! The colors and the scenes are just amazing. (As usual, but still...) I LOVE this place. And the last one with the giant clouds building in the sky is just awesome.

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  21. How cool is that! Haven't they made a movie, where they played a role?
    I have a faint memory of that! Great shots! And I'm glad, you did decide to post! ;)
    Cheers, Klaus

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  22. I can see why it is the most photographed island. It is very beautiful. Great series of shots, I love the blue colors...

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  23. Absolutely gorgeous shots! They take my breath away just scrolling down. Thank you so much!

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  24. I long for the sea shore...the sea... and long peaceful walks in the sand...
    Great images...

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  25. Beautiful place I know I heard a lot. Sana makapunta ako dyan someday! Beautiful shots!

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  26. hands down na ko sayo kuya oman. galing mong kumuha ng pics. wala akong masabi. lahat andun na eh - great subjects and great compositions! galing!

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  27. Wow very interesting to see the before and after photos when the tides comes in and out. Have a happy tuesday.

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  28. Your photos continually amaze me. They're beautiful, romantic, picturesque. Each one takes me away to a place I'd really like to be.

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  29. A brilliant set. I think I liked the last one most but it´s a tough choice, so many goodies.

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  30. They're so beautiful.Amazing shot.

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  31. Absolutely beautiful - I can see why this is the most photograped rock and thank you for sharing with us the rock in all its beauty at different times of the day

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  32. Absolutely fantastic! I love your pictures!

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  33. wala bang mga naked na babae dyan? joke lang kasi pareho lang naman magagandang tanawin yun hehehe!

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  34. Oh my... Why others have so beautiful and dramatic views and then others not?! You live in a most beautiful place. Take good care of it! =)

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  35. I missed Boracay! I was there again last Summer for 5 days visit:) Nice photos!

    Mine is up too, HERE. If you get a chance;)

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  36. All so beautiful. What a gorgeous part of the world you have.

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  37. Very, very beautiful!! Thanks for sharing! This is also very interesting! Thanks for your kind comments on my blog.

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  38. What an interesting rock formation and such beautiful shots!

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  39. Such a beautiful part of the world. Lovely, how you've used the rocks as centerpieces for your shots.

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  40. Lovely pictures of Willy's Rock! And what a dramatic setting!
    I also loved your last My World's contribution: quite humorous! I love that!
    Thanks for visiting my blog and your nice comments!

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  41. Beautiful place but I would only go there on low tide.

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  42. Very cool! I'm kinda torn in deciding if that's a good place to share or a good place to be alone, though. I guess either would work depending on the circumstances ;-)

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  43. That is really cool and love the water

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  44. Beautiful place and beautiful photos!

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  45. i never really liked that rock. i don't know why.

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  46. Beautiful shots from a beautiful, world. I am drawn to the one that looks a bit stormy. Just love watching a storm on the waves!

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  47. Very nice post, love the different aspects and weather, especially the 'breeze' one! It really is an interesting sight

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  48. i've been to that rock with the grotto! it was the first "stopover" when i went island-hopping...hehe.

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  49. indeed the most fampus rock in BORA> And most photographed I guess....

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  50. These are wonderful photographs of your beautiful place in the world. I also like your next post about sports in your area with another sequence of beautiful shots. Looks like a great place to be.

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  51. Lovely rock. It's nice to see how it can look so different.

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  52. Beautiful shots ! and a beautiful landscape too !

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  53. Came here from a link on a friends' blog. LOVE the photos. That beach is just beautiful! And that grotto is just super cool! WOW!

    I added you to my reader... can't wait to see more!

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  54. Ty for visiting my blog. The pictures are amazing. However I couldn't read the text because of the repeating graphic on the left side.

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  55. wow, ang ganda naman sa boracay. The best talaga..



    Tanya Gemarin

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