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Tappiyah Falls The Second

Tappiyah Falls The Second

This place is magical to me and since I left I wanted to come back. It was here during my first visit when I got my inspiration for Rock Balancing. It tuck me four years to return and so I was super exited and had big plans in my mind. I could not trust my eyes when I came around the corner and saw this magic falls again. It has changed a lot, now over run by tourist's and ugly transformed into a snack- and rest-bar my imagination of what I wanted to do here was quickly replaced by the reality of human activity.
Fair enough this place is very nice and I wish many humans could enjoy this beauty but it makes my heart cry when looking at the way people treat that place! Visible only for the careful observer lots of garbage is left at the place even at the first glance it looks like it is taken care of it.
I wish if humans visit such wonderful places they would do it with more respect and awareness! And that means to me that you bring your own food and drinks and leave no trace of inorganic waste!

Beside The Ramblin' Rocks which I bring on this journey I still got to build other sculptures. It was difficult to manage placing the sculptures since almost all space is used by the shops. I still managed to get some goody's, especially when the rainbow appears for half a hour in the morning. That's also the time when almost no people are down here since you must be early. In those moments I could feel again why I fall in love with this place. For a Gaia Inukshuk the place dos not suite anymore, or at least right now. Time will tell if I make it once again up to mountainous Luzon to climb those countless step steps. Anyway this place will stay in my heart forever!

Love the power of Nature