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Kanakan (filmmaker Aureaus Solito) dancing the #Taruk
from #Ibun, Palawan's Child (Theatre-Ritual), 1997. © Jimmy A Domingo
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Different kinds of bread, fresh from the oven and loaded onto colorful plastic trays stacked high on tricycles, is delivered to sari-sari stores and households in a suburban housing project in Bacolod City. #mornings #bread #community #everydayphilippines
Different kinds of bread, fresh from the oven and loaded onto colorful plastic trays stacked high on tricycles, is delivered to sari-sari stores and households in a suburban housing project in Bacolod City. #mornings  #bread  #community  #everydayphilippines 
Laden with containers, a girl heads out to draw water for her home in a hacienda community in Bacolod City. #mornings #childhood #everydayphilippines
Anda, Bohol
November 2018
Anda, Bohol November 2018
Beach days.
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Probably one of the nicest Islands I have been to in the Philippines. Especially Cebuano cusine is a must try, when visiting the island of Cebu and its small little islets. However, to my suprise Bantayan Island isn't as commercialized as I expected and still has its local island vibe. I'd compare it to Siquijor. What do you think?
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Beach days. . . Probably one of the nicest Islands I have been to in the Philippines. Especially Cebuano cusine is a must try, when visiting the island of Cebu and its small little islets. However, to my suprise Bantayan Island isn't as commercialized as I expected and still has its local island vibe. I'd compare it to Siquijor. What do you think? . . #itsmorefuninthephilippines  #adventures  #wowphilippines  #wowph  #sinopinas  #visitpilipinas  #sicebu  #gandangpinas  #travelph  #discoverphilippines  #choosephilippines  #pinoytravel  #experiencethephilippines  #ig_philippines  #musttravelph  #travelph  #amateurphotography  #instadventure  #adventuretime  #vacation  #summer  #vibegramz  #theglobewanderer  #aov  #shotzdelight  #everydayphilippines  #globetrotter  #traveltheworld  #photooftheday  #livetotravel 
Hidden in plain sight.
Hidden in plain sight.
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بانوان عشایر در حال برگزاری مراسم عروسی سنتی  در آلاچیق هستند.
عکاس:مجید خالقی
Tribal women are holding traditional wedding ceremonies in the altar.
Photo by:@majid.khaleghi.m 
عکس های خودتان را با هشتگ (#everydayardabil)با ما به اشتراک بگذارید.

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/ بانوان عشایر در حال برگزاری مراسم عروسی سنتی در آلاچیق هستند. عکاس:مجید خالقی Tribal women are holding traditional wedding ceremonies in the altar. Photo by:@majid.khaleghi.m عکس های خودتان را با هشتگ (#everydayardabil )با ما به اشتراک بگذارید. #everydayardabil  #instagram  #everydayiran  #everydayevrywhere  #everdayegypt  #everydayindia  #everydayazb  #everydaybakhish  #everydayrussia  #everydayruhrgebiet  #everydaytehran  #everydaytaiwan  #everydayuk  #everydayphilippines  #everydayasia  #everydayafrica  #everydayguatemala  #everydayjapan  #everydaykashan  #everydayvietnam  #everydaynepal  #everydaymumbai 
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I was at a hotel very late last night, whose staff I was kind of friendly with, to have coffee while using their wifi to backup pics to the cloud.
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Something felt off last night and so I asked.
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Apparently, their cashier was all of a sudden suicidal. Not just suicidal, she was also claiming that several voices in her head were urging her to walk into vehicular traffic.
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She mentioned this to her fellow cashier and, correctly, her co-worker informed her manager immediately and this manager then spoke to her.
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What followed was an approach that was uniquely Filipino. The manager wanted that cashier to undergo a spiritual psychic supernatural shamanistic cleansing first, to rid her of evil spirits.
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While I do believe in spirits and supernatural phenomena, my Western world background prompted me to assume that this was a mental breakdown or unfortunately a sign of schizophrenia. I am open to exploring other alternative wholistic approaches however I am a firm believer that the scientific/medical should also be consulted.
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Am not a psychiatrist hence I am in no position to offer a diagnosis. However, I was hoping that they would bring her to one.
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The problem with the Philippines is that there is so much stigma surrounding mental illness. Because of the shame, so many at risk individuals would rather suffer in silence than reach out for professional help. Worse, there is this prevailing belief that it is mostly supernatural instead of being open to the possibility that mental illness might be more natural than we thought.
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I am honestly not sure what happened to the cashier and what kind of help she sought. But wherever she is, I sincerely pray that she gets well and gets the help that she needs.
. . I was at a hotel very late last night, whose staff I was kind of friendly with, to have coffee while using their wifi to backup pics to the cloud. . Something felt off last night and so I asked. . Apparently, their cashier was all of a sudden suicidal. Not just suicidal, she was also claiming that several voices in her head were urging her to walk into vehicular traffic. . She mentioned this to her fellow cashier and, correctly, her co-worker informed her manager immediately and this manager then spoke to her. . What followed was an approach that was uniquely Filipino. The manager wanted that cashier to undergo a spiritual psychic supernatural shamanistic cleansing first, to rid her of evil spirits. . While I do believe in spirits and supernatural phenomena, my Western world background prompted me to assume that this was a mental breakdown or unfortunately a sign of schizophrenia. I am open to exploring other alternative wholistic approaches however I am a firm believer that the scientific/medical should also be consulted. . Am not a psychiatrist hence I am in no position to offer a diagnosis. However, I was hoping that they would bring her to one. . The problem with the Philippines is that there is so much stigma surrounding mental illness. Because of the shame, so many at risk individuals would rather suffer in silence than reach out for professional help. Worse, there is this prevailing belief that it is mostly supernatural instead of being open to the possibility that mental illness might be more natural than we thought. . I am honestly not sure what happened to the cashier and what kind of help she sought. But wherever she is, I sincerely pray that she gets well and gets the help that she needs.
There are the good days, and there are the BETTER ones! Earlier today (or should I say yesterday), there were these two strangers who were frowning at me (and maybe even to the world). ●
Told myself, that shouldn't ruin my Monday. And I believe so it really hasn't. I'm still wide awake and am OTW home. Still got some spare energy to accomplish ending stuff! Yehey!
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BTW, that also served me two reminders: (1) frowning wouldn't make you pretty (and it's not that I'm judging them of some sort);
(2) we'd have to #understand people; I pretty much feel it wouldn't make things better if I judged these people— IDK what they're going through anyway.
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Hope this inspires you. #INSPIRE others, too! Good morning!
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Photo Cap.: @caressayy 
Post-Process: meee
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#learn | #LifeTips | #Random | #Realizations
There are the good days, and there are the BETTER ones! Earlier today (or should I say yesterday), there were these two strangers who were frowning at me (and maybe even to the world). ● Told myself, that shouldn't ruin my Monday. And I believe so it really hasn't. I'm still wide awake and am OTW home. Still got some spare energy to accomplish ending stuff! Yehey! ● BTW, that also served me two reminders: (1) frowning wouldn't make you pretty (and it's not that I'm judging them of some sort); (2) we'd have to #understand  people; I pretty much feel it wouldn't make things better if I judged these people— IDK what they're going through anyway. ● Hope this inspires you. #INSPIRE  others, too! Good morning! ● Photo Cap.: @caressayy Post-Process: meee ● #learn  | #LifeTips  | #Random  | #Realizations 
72-year-old  Edwardo Matteo has been a ‘cock surgeon’ at La Loma cockpit since he was 12-years- old. He treats at least 17 winning cockerels every Sunday, La Loma’s busiest Derby day. Cockfighting is a blood sport due in some part to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other, which is increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks' natural spurs. But perhaps there is also a bond between man and cockerel, with owners bringing their wounded winners to the ‘cock surgeons’ who patch them up quite professionally at La Loma cockpit in Quezon City. Their wounds are examined meticulously, cleaned up with antiseptic and carefully sown up for 300 pesos, a price many are more then willing to pay for their prized birds. Illegal in most countries yet fully on form here where cock’s fight to the death in the arena, cock fighting is a centuries old tradition and almost every town and city in the Philippines has its own area.
The history of raising fowl for fighting goes back 6,000 years. during Magellan's voyage of discovery of the Philippines in 1521 when modern cockfighting was first witnessed and documented by Antonio Pigafetta, Magellan's chronicler, in the kingdom of Taytay
The combatants, referred to as gamecocks are specially bred and conditioned for increased stamina and strength.
Advocates of the "age old sport" often list cultural and religious relevance as reasons for perpetuation of cockfighting as a sport. And in Southeast Asia, indigenous interpretations of the veneration of saints and passion plays dominate. In the Christian northern Philippines, respect is accorded the veneration of traditional anito (spirits), shamans number in the thousands and Catholic priests are powerless to stop cockfighting, a popular form of fertility worship in Southeast Asia.
#philippines #photojournalism #reportagespotlight #reportage #journalism #photography #Manila #cockfight #documentaryphotography #colourphotography #streetphotography #streetphotographer #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #documentary #urbanlife #streetstories #quezoncity #portraitphotography #portrait #everydayasia
72-year-old Edwardo Matteo has been a ‘cock surgeon’ at La Loma cockpit since he was 12-years- old. He treats at least 17 winning cockerels every Sunday, La Loma’s busiest Derby day. Cockfighting is a blood sport due in some part to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other, which is increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks' natural spurs. But perhaps there is also a bond between man and cockerel, with owners bringing their wounded winners to the ‘cock surgeons’ who patch them up quite professionally at La Loma cockpit in Quezon City. Their wounds are examined meticulously, cleaned up with antiseptic and carefully sown up for 300 pesos, a price many are more then willing to pay for their prized birds. Illegal in most countries yet fully on form here where cock’s fight to the death in the arena, cock fighting is a centuries old tradition and almost every town and city in the Philippines has its own area. The history of raising fowl for fighting goes back 6,000 years. during Magellan's voyage of discovery of the Philippines in 1521 when modern cockfighting was first witnessed and documented by Antonio Pigafetta, Magellan's chronicler, in the kingdom of Taytay The combatants, referred to as gamecocks are specially bred and conditioned for increased stamina and strength. Advocates of the "age old sport" often list cultural and religious relevance as reasons for perpetuation of cockfighting as a sport. And in Southeast Asia, indigenous interpretations of the veneration of saints and passion plays dominate. In the Christian northern Philippines, respect is accorded the veneration of traditional anito (spirits), shamans number in the thousands and Catholic priests are powerless to stop cockfighting, a popular form of fertility worship in Southeast Asia. #philippines  #photojournalism  #reportagespotlight  #reportage  #journalism  #photography  #Manila  #cockfight  #documentaryphotography  #colourphotography  #streetphotography  #streetphotographer  #everydayphilippines  #everydayeverywhere  #documentary  #urbanlife  #streetstories  #quezoncity  #portraitphotography  #portrait  #everydayasia 
A little black spot on the sun today || #everydayphilippines #manila
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An infant belonging to an Aeta tribe peeks curiously to me during a relief distribution in Cagayan province.

I am now supporting World Vision’s work for the Typhoon Ompong Response.

#ompong #philippines #everydayphilippines #everydayasia #aeta #IP #indigenouspeople #gettyimages #reportagespotlight #lensculture #emergencyresponse #sonya6000club
pagod ay iniinda umaraw man o umulan pa • #everydayphilippines
Inside Manila’s cockpits, where the ‘cock surgeons’ treat the winners. Illegal in most countries yet fully on form here where cock’s fight to the death in the arena, cock fighting is a centuries old tradition and almost every town and city in the Philippines has its own area.
The history of raising fowl for fighting goes back 6,000 years. during Magellan's voyage of discovery of the Philippines in 1521 when modern cockfighting was first witnessed and documented by Antonio Pigafetta, Magellan's chronicler, in the kingdom of Taytay
The combatants, referred to as gamecocks are specially bred and conditioned for increased stamina and strength.
Advocates of the "age old sport" often list cultural and religious relevance as reasons for perpetuation of cockfighting as a sport. And in Southeast Asia, indigenous interpretations of the veneration of saints and passion plays dominate. In the Christian northern Philippines, respect is accorded the veneration of traditional anito (spirits), shamans number in the thousands and Catholic priests are powerless to stop cockfighting, a popular form of fertility worship in Southeast Asia.
Cockfighting is a blood sport due in some part to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other, which is increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks' natural spurs. But perhaps there is also a bond between man and cockerel, with owners bringing their wounded winners to the “cock surgeons” who patch them up quite professionally at La Loma cockpit in Quezon City. Their wounds are examined meticulously, cleaned up with antiseptic and carefully sown up for 300 pesos, a price many are more then willing to pay for their prized birds. #philippines #photojournalism #reportagespotlight #reportage #journalism #photography #Manila #cockfight #documentaryphotography #colourphotography #streetphotography #streetphotographer #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #documentary #urbanlife #streetstories #quezoncity
Inside Manila’s cockpits, where the ‘cock surgeons’ treat the winners. Illegal in most countries yet fully on form here where cock’s fight to the death in the arena, cock fighting is a centuries old tradition and almost every town and city in the Philippines has its own area. The history of raising fowl for fighting goes back 6,000 years. during Magellan's voyage of discovery of the Philippines in 1521 when modern cockfighting was first witnessed and documented by Antonio Pigafetta, Magellan's chronicler, in the kingdom of Taytay The combatants, referred to as gamecocks are specially bred and conditioned for increased stamina and strength. Advocates of the "age old sport" often list cultural and religious relevance as reasons for perpetuation of cockfighting as a sport. And in Southeast Asia, indigenous interpretations of the veneration of saints and passion plays dominate. In the Christian northern Philippines, respect is accorded the veneration of traditional anito (spirits), shamans number in the thousands and Catholic priests are powerless to stop cockfighting, a popular form of fertility worship in Southeast Asia. Cockfighting is a blood sport due in some part to the physical trauma the cocks inflict on each other, which is increased by attaching metal spurs to the cocks' natural spurs. But perhaps there is also a bond between man and cockerel, with owners bringing their wounded winners to the “cock surgeons” who patch them up quite professionally at La Loma cockpit in Quezon City. Their wounds are examined meticulously, cleaned up with antiseptic and carefully sown up for 300 pesos, a price many are more then willing to pay for their prized birds. #philippines  #photojournalism  #reportagespotlight  #reportage  #journalism  #photography  #Manila  #cockfight  #documentaryphotography  #colourphotography  #streetphotography  #streetphotographer  #everydayphilippines  #everydayeverywhere  #documentary  #urbanlife  #streetstories  #quezoncity 
J. Ruiz LRT Station, San Juan City. November 12, 2018.

#everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #iphone #streetphotography
#315/365
315/365
Quezon City, Philippines
315/365 Quezon City, Philippines
TernoCon 2018
CCP Main theater
November 11, 2018
TernoCon 2018 CCP Main theater November 11, 2018
tan chic + brownie 🐶
tan chic + brownie 🐶
Ridges and lakes and nothing else...
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#travelogues #intransit #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere
that beauty is damning #bohol
that beauty is damning #bohol 
The three of us
The three of us
Agahan
Agahan
What is keeping you at bay
What is keeping you at bay
been waiting for this | 11/11 sunset #sunsets #jnlphotography #nikonph #everydayphilippines
Appreciating the past while looking towards the future.
Appreciating the past while looking towards the future.
Pusa of Manila 
#everydayphilippines
You must accept the fact that others don’t see what you do.
You must accept the fact that others don’t see what you do.
Anatomy of a killing. As seen thousands of times in the streets of the Philippines since the government’s brutal drug war started in 2016. #philippines #killings #humanrights #everydayphilippines #everydayimpunity #everydaysocialjustice #everydayeverywhere #reportagespotlight #manila #ejk #drugwar
Dusk at Davao Occidental, the newest province of the Philippines & the 80th out of 81 provinces of the country I've been to.

Last stop for this solo backpacking trip. I felt tired in Manila right before I left, but this trip left me happy, reenergized & fulfilled. It feels good to do things on your own terms.

Will save the last province for the right time. It's been enlightening.
Dusk at Davao Occidental, the newest province of the Philippines & the 80th out of 81 provinces of the country I've been to. Last stop for this solo backpacking trip. I felt tired in Manila right before I left, but this trip left me happy, reenergized & fulfilled. It feels good to do things on your own terms. Will save the last province for the right time. It's been enlightening.
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Begin anywhere, your passion will guide you.
Begin anywhere, your passion will guide you.
CEBU AT NIGHT: "Naga Boardwalk and Park in the City of Naga, Cebu ( 📷 @alfa_almz)
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CEBU AT NIGHT: "Naga Boardwalk and Park in the City of Naga, Cebu ( 📷 @alfa_almz) . . We'd love to show to the world how beautiful Cebu is, even at night 🌠 TAG US or use the hashtags: #CebuAtNight  #ExperienceCebu  #SugboPH  . . ⚠ BE A RESPONSIBLE LAAGAN (bit.ly/ResponsibleLaagan) ⚠ . . 👉🏻 Get the latest Cebu updates and follow the #1  Cebu-focused blog wherever you are: . . 🌍 www.sugbo.ph 👍 FB: http://facebook.com/SugboPH 📷 IG: http://instagram.com/SugboPH 🐦 Twitter: http://twitter.com/SugboPH 📹 YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/SugboPH (BEST CEBU VIDEOS!) . . #travel  #wanderlust  #choosephilippines  #the_ph  #travelblog  #travelgram  #explore  #cebu  #itsmorefuninthephilippines  #traveltheworld  #everydayphilippines  #philippines  #ig_philippines  #travelblogger