A Picture of Mt. Kanlaon

 Mt. Kanlaon (Canlaon, Kan-laon) with a strange cloud  formation hanging on top of it. I took this photo at the port of Toledo just before the sun rose. It was a perfect day and we were headed back to Negros.

Tañon strait was so calm that one could mistake it as a lake at that time. The sea breeze was cold and fresh. The only sound I could hear was the crashing little waves and the motorized boats from the distance.

Kanlaon is one of the most active volcanoes in the country. It sits side by side with Mts. Silay and Mandalangan. It has a broad crater lake, I was told, I wonder what it looks like.

Canlaon the city is located at the foot of the volcano. It is considered the vegetable basket of the province. The high altitude and the rich earth produces the finest quality vegetables in Negros. My mother’s relatives in San Carlos made a living from buying vegetables here and selling them in their hometown back in the 40’s and 50’s.

It is also the home of a barrio named after Ninoy Aquino.

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4 responses to “A Picture of Mt. Kanlaon

  • honey mae colis

    maganda talaga ang mnt. kanlaon may pics din ako niyan nxt time e share ko din s inyo. naka punta n ako dyan kasi yong sister inlaw ko taga negros aquino eh tas malapit lang at makita muna ang mnt.kanlaon maraming repolyo dyan at iba pa, kasi sobrang cold dito s negros.Sobra talaga ang ganda sa negros ang view palang parang painting at di ka maka paniwala sobrang ganda. Firstime k palang pmunta parang ayoko nang umuwi dahil di ako maka paniwala n ganito pala k ganda ang negros at maraming manga ibon na tulad ng martaniko na nag sasalita,at meron din kaming ibon nasa bhay namin na dala namin pag uwi sobrang talino parang n e train n cya. Hndi ko talaga malimutan ang lugar na iyon sa negros,taga cebu talaga ako. Tnx

  • jeff magnaye

    sir, ask q lang magkanu budget ngeon manila to bacolod? Mg climb s mt.kanlaon..all xpenses? Tnx

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