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PostCard Series| Baruto at Bangkero

Baruto at Bangkero ng Del Carmen


Baruto at Bangkero ng Del Carme


countryside living


ON TRAVEL| Countryside Living. An old man and a father with his family while rowing their "Baruto" plus the nipa houses as backgroundPhotographs were taken while the passenger boat where I am aboard enters the port area of Del Carmen-Siargao Island.
5:00PM November 26, 2012
Del Carmen-Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte

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33 comments:

  1. i lived like this before .same set up sa zamboanga :-)

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  2. thanks for dropping here Kulapitot:)where in Zambo? been to Zamboanga del Norte twice:)

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  3. Perfect shots brother to depict a story in this place. It doesn't need a lot of words, it speaks it all :)

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  4. Sometimes, I wish I could live a simple life like that. It makes us appreciate the little things in life.

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  5. Beautiful captured photos. I just wish that people living near the river in Metro Manila is as well-discipline like this community.. Their community is clean as well as the water.

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  6. I'm really enjoying your postcard series and this one depicts the simple life of a bangkero,

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  7. It's a pleasant postcard, perfect shots!

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  8. i love the photos you took here! nice postcard series :)

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  9. i love the photos you took here! nice postcard series :)

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  10. I envy the serenity in the lifestyle's simplicity as presented by your pictures.

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  11. these are great shots!!! superb!!! pang post card talaga!!!

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  12. being used to live in a comfortable home i can't imagine if i could live like that but i think sometimes we need such to let us appreciate simple living.

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  13. there's just something about those stilt houses that amazes me.. the simplicity of life and how beautiful the vast nature surrounds them.. great photos! :)

    Cheers~!

    - Justin -
    The World According To Me

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  14. A picture that depicts the daily life of people living with boats. Nice capture Sir Jeff.

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  15. we should try this one time jeff. pag balik natin ng surigao ...wag lang lulubog ung baroto..

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  16. It really depicts a Filipino scene with the Nipa Hut as part of the backdrop.

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  17. Learned something new that the boats manned by these indigents is called Baruto. Thanks to you for that.

    The photos reminded me of "The Old Man and the Sea" although I don't think it was a baruto that was used in that story.

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  18. The photos are telling us something. Beauty is everywhere! tignan mo lang yung bangkero, I can read his mind. sabi nya. Ang sarap ng buhay sa lalawigan.

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  19. in fairness, pwede ma frame ang mga pictures na 'to and hang as wall decor.

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  20. Love the photos. Are you planning to sell them? Should be a taker for that. :)

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  21. I see a lot of words coming from the three photos. Nice shots there. :D

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  22. Thanks guys for dropping here :)
    @Chef Jasper- not for total selling of the rights :) but im open if there is/are interested to use :) I am planning to compile these photographs in a coffee table book

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  23. those are incredibly breathtaking! a picture says a thousand words they say. great job! xx

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  24. love the shots! :)
    job well done

    Michael Macalos
    http://michaelmacalos.blogspot.com

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  25. Very idyllic and romantic shots. Great Job. Makes me want to swim into the water

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  26. Nice capture of movement on the first shot! I like how you framed it with a quiet and almost stand-still feel, capturing the essence of Philippine provincial life.

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  27. I must say this is one of the few beautiful photos of rural places. You're such a talented photographer.

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  28. Postcard series are getting more and more interesting these days. Just work more on the composition to make them stand-out.

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  29. Ang ganda ng mga kuha mo. ANg baruto ba sa tagalog bangka o talagang baruto ang tawag dyan?

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  30. Thanks guys for dropping and appreciation, I am more inspired to click and shoot :) Noted Mark, @Ralph: yap bangka nga :)

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  31. so that's a baruto, these will make good postcards, good capture, bro. Yahweh bless.

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  32. Great shots! I hope mamaster ko na ang pagtatake ng mga random photos kahit na hindi high end ang camera ko hihihi

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  33. I love these photos. The last one looks like at Ozamiz City's port.

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