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Morion's PhotoGallery 101| Surigao City Port's familiar scenes

Wordless Sunday
"when you're tired of your job, think of the jobless, the disabled, and those who wish they had yours..." - A quote I've read while in the comfort room of NAIA Terminal 2, Manila.

Photowalk 
One fine Sunday morning of April 2012
"coin divers/sisid-barya"
"good catch"
"Byaheng Dinagat"
"Si Manong Tindero"

30 comments:

  1. Love the shots Jeff!
    Photowalk's on various locations tell a lot. :)

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  2. thanks bro! ...and captures the real scenarios plus drama:;;;

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  3. It seems excellent phrase to me is

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  4. nice photos here TM. quoting a blogger-friend's post, "a picture paints a thousand words", and it's so true! :)

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    1. Agree!Tnx the pinaywanderer for dropping here;)

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  5. di pa din ako makaget over sa sarap ng bbq jan sa surigao pier. grabe, ang sarap!!!!

    apr17-22 yung trip ko dito , ikaw?

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  6. @chyng, im am presently based here;) dunno how long,,, indi q pa natry ung barbecue dun jejeje pero dmi nagsabi masarap tlag, will visit dat dis weekend;)

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  7. Excellent photos! You have captured the spirit of the place well.

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  8. nice photograpy i believe u are not frustated fhotografer..u have sklill....

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  9. WOW @fuadherbal, tnx for droppin' (honored) :)

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  10. I like the quote,
    "when you're tired of your job, think of the jobless, the disabled, and those who wish they had yours...".
    Pictures are shows lifes reality.

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  11. nice one! followed you back.. the photo composition is very nice! tc!

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  12. We do this sometime! Photo walking. Thru that we experience and appreciate some new things :)

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  13. @Lala, agree- photowalk captures life and freeze real moments;) tnx for visiting this blog

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  14. id been there several times and i am much impressed so far that the port was maintained as clean as possible .. my worry is that in the coming years it may turn like the one we have in manila bay if rules on garbage disposal is not properly implemented...

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  15. wow. impressive photos. each shot presents a story.

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  16. tnx dennis and the ever sexy ms Airra for dropping here:)

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  17. I like the quote about thinking of the jobless when you feel tired of your job which is true, someone is always in a worst scenario than you, so we must quit complaining.

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  18. love the drama of your photos :) great work~
    Rovie, The Bargain Doll

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  19. Your shots are so crisp and refine.

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  20. great shots... capturing hoe other people earn their living. Yahweh bless.

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  21. Nice to see travel shots that also feature the people of the place, not just the scenery :)

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  22. Love the shots! especially those coin divers... although it amuses quite a lot of people.. i feel sad coz what theyre doing is not so safe...

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  23. Nice shots. I hope to be able to do photowalks too, someday...

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  24. A picture is worth a thousand words, they say. Your photos sure told a great story. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I remember seeing similar coin catchers in Batangas port going to Puerto Galera. They are really good swimmers.

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  26. Your pictures can tell its own story.

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