I must say the beach going to the town proper is much better than it is here. I personally don't like to go swimming in an area with rocks and seagrass since I prefer a sandy bottom. But it also has its own charm nonetheless, especially at low tide.
The beach offers some interesting photography subjects. Here the puddles look like craters or something. Beautiful!
Folks collecting shellfish are also common here.
Some seem to be doing it in a leisurely pace.
I told you the area offers some interesting subjects. After the craters, now come the mounds scattered amid exposed seagrass.
While sex on the beach has been explicitly banned in Boracay, the same can't be said for Anda.
I don't know what these are but I've seen a lot of them lurking from behind rocks and crevices.
Sea urchins! The very reason I prefer a sandy bottom when swimming.
What in the world is this?
The late afternoon skyline casting its reflection on a placid puddle.