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Day-to-day Photographs

Close-up of shattered glass after a bomb was lobbed towards a radio station

What is a regular working day like for me? Take the day I left Lanao del Sur after days of interviews and documentation. I left alone in the early morning hours on a motorcycle and took a bus in the next town. The conversations among bus passengers revolved around the bombing of a radio station the day before in the town of Maramag. Since the radio station, DXGT, was just across the Maramag bus terminal, I dropped by at the radio station to investigate. I learned that an employee was injured and hospitalized. The explosive device hit the windowfront by the announcer's booth.The supposed target was a hard-hitting radio program host who assailed the rampant illegal gambling in the town.
Then, I proceeded by bus to Malaybalay, where the entire afternoon I reveled in the intricate beauty of traditional mats hand-woven by the indigenous Tagolwanen women.
Such is the unpredictable nature of my daily work.Oftentimes, violence and beauty, humanity's dark and bright nooks,side by side, or one after another, all in a day.

The shattered windowfront by the announcers booth of DXGT in Maramag, Bukidnon
An intricate traditional sedge mat handwoven by the indigenous Tagolwanen women of Malaybalay
A sedge mat with innovative design, woven by the indigenous Tagolwanen women of Malaybalay, Bukidnon


Usha RS's picture

Thank you

Thank you for these glimpses into your world and also thank you for being a compassionate witness and voice for truth.
Usha x

Let your light shine!

Mukut's picture

Pictures speak so much

Thank you for letting us in into your world. Your 'regular' day has so much to offer. Keep it up !


Mukut Ray

Zoepiliafas's picture

Oh my goodness

The rug in the middle is simply stunning! What craftswomanship!

Zoe Piliafas

Voices of Our Future Community Manager
World Pulse

Iryna's picture

Magic handcrafting

Agree with Zoe, the one in the center is amazing! I adore handcrafting because it's filled with magic.

Thank you to share, Lina!


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