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Birds and the bees

The great outdoors has never been as promising, and maybe every one of us can be a backpacker for a change

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Kaleidoscope. Birds chirp and feed, while a bee sups on flower nectar amid an explosion of nature’s colors. Bottom pictures show azure waters off Boracay’s powdery white sand, contrasting with Manila Bay’s awe-inspiring sunset.

Hopes are high that mankind, through science and sheer resiliency, is winning the battle against Covid-19. With vaccines against the virus saturating the world, global herd immunity is now just a matter of when.

As economies slowly open up, can eco-tourism be far behind in luring the multitude of people fed up with work-from-home and community quarantine restrictions?

Yey! The time has come to once again enjoy the birds and bees and everything else that Mother Nature has to offer, from pristine beaches to tree-lined hideaways.

The great outdoors has never been as promising, and maybe every one of us can be a backpacker for a change, sleeping under the stars underneath a sheer tent. Tanay? Antipolo, perhaps?

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROY PELOVELLO FOR THE DAILY TRIBUNE

Possibilities abound as can be seen from these superb pictures by Daily Tribune’s Roy Pelovello, a master photographer who has won a number of awards, especially for his jaw-dropping nature shots.

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