Dawn and Twilight at Taal Lake

Dawn breaks over Taal Lake.

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In the distance is Taal Volcano, still active, and spews lava once every ten years or so. The volcano is an island within a lake, within an island. I wrote of my experience going to the crater of Taal volcano in an earlier post.

But the lake itself is worth appreciating.

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It supports the livelihood of communities around it, and fishermen get up early before dawn to catch fish.

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Twilight comes, and Taal Lake reflects the dying half-light of the sky.

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It’s time to rest and hope the volcano stays asleep.

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(More info on Taal Lake and Taal Volcano.)

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