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Batanes remains undisturbed by the threat of the coronavirus disease as they continue to close and monitor their borders. | 📷 Opal Bala

In celebration of the Tourism Month this September, Ivatan photographer Opal Bala showcases the beauty of Batanes through his photos. | 📷 Opal Bala

LOOK: Ivatan photographer Opal E. Bala showcase the beauty of Batanes, home of the Ivatans with his masterpiece of jawdropping shots in joining the nation celebrating Tourism Month this September. (Photo courtesy: Opal E. Bala) | via Dave Ablat

LOOK: People in Batanes continue to live their normal lives as the country’s northernmost province remained undisturbed by the threat of the coronavirus disease. 📷 Opal Bala/Facebook | @CarloMolinaINQ 

LOOK: A photographer captures what it's like to live at Sabtang, Batanes. Batanes remains one of the few provinces in the country with zero recorded coronavirus cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Photos from Opal Bala

LOOK: Ivatans continue to live simply and normal despite of the posed threat of COVID-19 as depicted in the shots taken by Opal E. Bala in the island of Sabtang. (Photo courtesy Opal E. Bala) | via Dave Ablat

IN COMPARISON: The usual crowded Basco Oval turns dry and empty after the local government of Batanes cancels all related activities in Batanes Day Celebration and Payuhuan Festival due to COVID-19 scare. (Photo courtesy: Opal E. Bala) | via Jhon Dave Ablat

LOOK: Empty streets and roads are evident in Basco, Batanes during the first day of their extended ECQ imposed all over the province. Batanes Group of Islands are still COVID-free as of today. (Photos via Opal Bala FB) | via Jhon Dave Ablat

LOOK: Ivatans celebrate their traditional Domingo de Pascua and kneel on the streets and outside their homes to venerate the image of the Risen Lord and the Blessed Sacrament. (Photos via Opal Bala FB) | via Dave Ablat

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