Stalking the most beautiful places in the Philippines


Welcome, welcome 'o weary traveler... from where do you cometh? Are you seeking new lands to conquer, perhaps planning a visit to the Philippines? Or are you simply feeling home-sick and hungry for photographs of home? Whatever, feel free to look or share. An adventure awaits.

I try to post new images weekly from my travels across this beautiful land. If you like what you see, please leave a comment or two. Or write me a note, I'd love to hear from where you cometh. Enjoy. Bobby (bobbyw59@yahoo.com) Join this group to receive new postcards weekly or become a fan of my Facebook page.


Monday, February 3, 2014

#264 Fruits of their labor


In barrangay Cagel, in the town of Diffun in Quirino, it takes four months for rice to be sown, nurtured, and harvested. After which they haul them by carabao cart to the nearest roadside, where they await a trader to price and buy them. It's been a long four months so you'll forgive these farmers if, in their excitement and anticipation, they are lost in discussion while nosey photographers like us kept clicking away. Enjoy.

(Pixel-peepers: Street photography is about being invisible to your subjects so that you can take their pictures without affecting they way they interact with their environment. If you hang around your subjects long enough, they will eventually ignore you, to your delight.)

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For those who've inquired about buying prints of my postcards, you may purchase them directly from master printmaker Arnel Murillo (murilloarnel@yahoo.com), one of the country's foremost fine-art printmakers.  Arnel uses archival inks and museum-grade paper to ensure his prints will not fade. You will not be disappointed. (All my images are provided gratis to help showcase the beauty of our country. But if you feel generous, help me uplift the lives of the Children of Payatas.  No donation is too big or too small. Get in touch with Fr. Aldrin Suan at aldrinsuan@yahoo.com of the Vincentian Missionaries in the Philippines. As always, thanks and enjoy.)

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