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Manual Mode, f/11, ISO 50, 9 sec
Canon 5DMK2, Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II, Lee Big Stopper, Singhray 0.9 SE GND
ACR + CS5
Biri Island is one of the most fascinating towns of Northern Samar. It is known for its awe-inspiring rock formations carved thru time due to big waves of the San Bernardino Strait that lap up the eastern portion of its shore. Its rocky landscape leaves vast potential for exploration. There are hundreds of sites and thousands of routes waiting for the intrepid climber. The island town has been a favorite place for photography enthusiasts and picnickers, especially during summer when the weather is good and the sea is calm. Visitors spend the day relishing the site and taking a dip in the cool turquoise blue water. It has also attracted surfers during the months of October to January, with its perfect surging waves.