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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #20 on: April 21, 2008, 08:40:15 AM »
It was a humbling experience being there & capturing how this special kids interact with the animals.  I would say that it wasn't only special for the kids but for everyone who participated.

Edelyn's bonding moment with Mali & MagicEye


Playing with her best friend Czarina


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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #21 on: April 21, 2008, 09:19:16 AM »

Mommy Weng & Tanya

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #22 on: April 21, 2008, 09:39:56 AM »
It was a humbling experience being there & capturing how this special kids interact with the animals.  I would say that it wasn't only special for the kids but for everyone who participated.


Thanks for sharing Ricky.  More please...

Yes, it was a learning experience to be with them.  Below are my general observation with them specially Danelle.

They have the ability to endure waiting without becoming annoyed or upset.


They fully express their appreciation and enjoyment after waiting patiently.


They allow the situation to happen and display priceless enjoyment when necessary.


They are brave but sometimes will be frightened or alarmed when something happen (in this case, she was terrified when the bird loose balanced and almost flew on her shoulder)


They can easily regain and ready to face another experience.


They are special children but inside them is just like an ordinary child to the blessed parents like us.




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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
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Re: Nelson...Love this photo
« Reply #24 on: April 21, 2008, 10:08:28 AM »

Mommy Weng & Tanya


send this immediately to them. the mother would love you for that. GO. go. go . MagicEye

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #26 on: April 21, 2008, 10:17:08 AM »
It was a special day, different from the usual photo ops that most photographers take on.

There were 15 blind children at the zoo and 15+ photographers.

As Mr. John Chua as said, "This is not a photo contest." Yes, it's not. Instead, it's a personal challenge to photographers.

It was a challenge for photographers to capture these moments, not only for these children and their parents, but also for our own personal growth.

We've taken a lot of things for granted in our lives.

.. We should be grateful that we have eyes to see the world and to enjoy our hobby. These children could only understand what we see through touch.

.. We fear so many things. These children fear touching a harmless bird. So what are we really afraid of?

.. We don't easily trust people and yet Malen trusted me even if we just met that day. She held my hand as we walked and touched the animals. She trusted me when I carried her to ride the ostrich.

.. We have so many possessions, talents, loved ones.. let's take care of them..

..  let's not forget to enjoy our lives!

Kathy describing the miniature horse to Malen


Ms Angie(Ian's Mom) and Kara


Eugemar touching the mini horse


Malen scared to touch the parrot


Eugemar and playful friend


Eugemar and friend poses to the camera


Malen, her mom and Mr. Piggy


Eugemar and Mom


Malen and Kuya Peps touching the giant turtle


Mom's first time to hold a turtle


"ang laki niya", Malen describing the ostrich


Eugemar and Mom


Eugemar looking for the ostrich's head


Malen with alligator on her lap


Kuya Peps and Malen touching the snake


Sir John prepping up Mali


Malen feeding Mali


"eeeeck!"


Malen and Mom



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Sir John, Mam Harvey and Kathy
Manila Zoo Director and Zoo vets - for the venue and allowing us to pet the animals
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Fellow Pipho Photographers
Ms. Linda Choy and the parents
Ms. Angie and Ian for joining us
and to everyone else who made this day memorable.

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #27 on: April 21, 2008, 10:55:31 AM »
send this immediately to them. the mother would love you for that. GO. go. go . MagicEye

ok sir john, Iv'e printed it already and gave it to tanya's mother before we leave manila zoo.
mag papadala rin ako ng copy sa CD sa kanila.

thanks to all.
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Re: Well...If you gave them copies... Thanks so much
« Reply #28 on: April 21, 2008, 11:00:22 AM »
ok sir john, Iv'e printed it already and gave it to tanya's mother before we leave manila zoo.
mag papadala rin ako ng copy.

thanks to all.

Great. Replica. the mom must have treasured these photos... Youre on my list. Thanks. MagicEye

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #29 on: April 21, 2008, 11:32:26 AM »
Please allow me to introduce Kara and Enrique, the two very special kids that were assigned to me on that memorable ocassion. I believe that this is more of a learning experience for the kids, much more than just having fun at the zoo. The chance for them to develop the courage to touch and experience what is to them "new and strange animals" was a boost to their emotional growth and certainly was an expansion of their knowledge and appreciation of nature and wildlife, a very positive development for all of us actually. :) 

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Thanks to the humanitarian "Dr. JC" for making this event possible and to everyone who had given their time and effort for this very meaningful and worthwhile cause.
 
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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #30 on: April 21, 2008, 11:41:21 AM »
I have been in touch with my "little sisters", Czarinah and Camille even after the event. I reminded their mom Brenda to write down their address so I could have the photos printed and sent to them via courier. Before we parted ways, I gave the two young ladies a little gift - a wind chime I bought in Baguio. It's not expensive but I scoured all of Mine's View to find the one with the best sound quality. A little something to remind them of that great day at the Zoo every time a wind blows their way, I hope. For that gesture, I got a little extra: Czarinah asked her mom to give me her mobile number so we could be textmates  ;D! And boy you wouldn't believe how wonderful, warm and simply inexplicably touching a simple SMS coming from somebody who can't see the world as we do - it's all heart! I miss them.  :)

I so wanted to share my images and stories yesterday pa, but my two-year old daughter won't let me near a computer for so long  ;D... I owe her the whole of Sunday after being away for a few days. Today, she's playing with her mom and let me just upload the photos so I could begin my share.  ;)
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Re: Bo...thank you for sharing
« Reply #31 on: April 21, 2008, 01:51:16 PM »
I have been in touch with my "little sisters", Czarinah and Camille even after the event. I reminded their mom Brenda to write down their address so I could have the photos printed and sent to them via courier. Before we parted ways, I gave the two young ladies a little gift - a wind chime I bought in Baguio. It's not expensive but I scoured all of Mine's View to find the one with the best sound quality. A little something to remind them of that great day at the Zoo every time a wind blows their way, I hope. For that gesture, I got a little extra: Czarinah asked her mom to give me her mobile number so we could be textmates  ;D! And boy you wouldn't believe how wonderful, warm and simply inexplicably touching a simple SMS coming from somebody who can't see the world as we do - it's all heart! I miss them.  :)

I so wanted to share my images and stories yesterday pa, but my two-year old daughter won't let me near a computer for so long  ;D... I owe her the whole of Sunday after being away for a few days. Today, she's playing with her mom and let me just upload the photos so I could begin my share.  ;)

I love your story. Bo. Thank you for coming down all the way from Baguio. BTW. Czarinah is in the Manila Bulletin METRO MANILA  page 3. taken by the AP photographer.

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #32 on: April 21, 2008, 01:58:25 PM »
At first I really don't know what to do, but as I cracked corny jokes on my sister (Blind Kid assign to me) I gain some confidence.

Photographing for this type of event is harder than I first thought. You must be at focus every time but must keep on communicating and must have some sense of humor, so that they will not get bored.

Nakakatuwa kc naging apat na yung kasama kong kids and we are all telling stories and craking our own jokes....

At the end of the activity I was glad that I made someone Smile.....

Starting Line(Kath With Maricor Feeling the Small Horse). Bakit daw tusok tusok hehehe


Maricor Smiling After Feeling the Ears of the Small Horse, Telling baka di daw naglinis tenga yung kabayo hehehe


Albert Smiling While Riding the Horse


Maricor with Camille (Best Friends). Maricor Asking huy bat di ka nagreeply sa text ko hehehe. I then learned that they can do it...


Maricor With Mother Cora Feeling the Pig.


Holding Each other at the hanging bridge


Maricor and Camille Laughing at the bridge


Maricor with the Albino Python


Camille telling Maricor it feels like "CALAMAY"


Best Friends Laughing


Mother Cora Telling Maricor not to be afraid of the bird


Mother Cora Telling Maricor that Camille is holding the bird


Maricor Laughing Why does the bird has its Horns hehehe..


Maricor and Mother Cora.. .At Last "Di sya natakot" hehe


Pretty Czarina Holding the Crock.... Telling "This is my baby..."


Ostrich's Neck


Best Friends


Sir John Giving Maricor some Peanuts


Camille Asking why does the elephant knows how to falsetto.
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A Different Light - A Day at the Zoo with Visually Impaired Children
« Reply #33 on: April 21, 2008, 04:43:20 PM »
An old balikbayan friend invited me to join him on a quick trip up north last week. Great timing as I really have to mend one of those vicious work-related cycles - burn out. Checking our itinerary, I saw that we'll be back in Manila early Saturday. Somehow it just clicked on my mind, I'm joining the Zoo EB with the Visually-impaired Children! From the very first time Sir John posted about it, I wanted to volunteer, it'll be my first EB and what better way than to spend it with subjects close to my heart - children. I work freelance but I hardly ever have free time to do something else than work, and so I just thought it won't happen. But then again, it's one of those times that you don't mind leaving anything just to get to something. And so I went and saw a different light...


* This is Czarinah and Camille, sisters and I got to play big brother to them that day.




* Their mom said Czarinah is the more daring, as shown in her willingness to touch the unseen when prodded. Camille, although wary of possible danger at first, eventually got to be trusting enough to closely interact with the animals at the Zoo.




* She's a young lady in a crowd, so of course she'd want to be properly made up. These are just quick touch-ups, and I think it's beautiful - and quick as it should be. Normally, other girls would also have mirrors in front of them, and quick touch-up would take an hour or so.  ;D








* Camille, joined by her best friend Maricor.




* Mommy Brenda acts as their eye around the Zoo. With her around, they rarely miss anything.




* Yep, they rarely miss anything. Hmmm, don't you think Legos are one of the most child-friendly toys?












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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #34 on: April 21, 2008, 05:08:36 PM »
* Even the, uhmm... parrot? bird? It seems so happy to be with Czarinah too.




* Mommy showing Camille it's perfectly safe...




* Camille having a hearty laugh as "Whitey the bird" pecks at Mommy...




* and laughs again as "Redford the bird" gnaws at the bird handler's fingers.




* Crossing the hanging bridge now.




* Camille, with Maricor, probably still smarting from the bird incidents.  :D




* Mommy Brenda, always a step behind - but mostly a step ahead - for her beloved daughters.




* With "Yellowy the snake."




* Actually its real name is "Tisoy."




*Two more of them white birds... Camille seems to be remembering something.




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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #35 on: April 21, 2008, 05:31:41 PM »
* Crocs, the real deal. Camille showing her bravery.




* A croc is served...




* I just love Camille's smile, don't you?




* Nothing much here, just hangin' around.




* Profile.




* Palo-sebo.




* Moving along...




* Anybody home?




* Sense.




* We're here to see.... Maliiiii!




* I'm left to wonder, how clear is it to them? Because sometimes, I just get tired of everything and let the superficial vision of things register in my mind, and oftentimes, they're not as spectacular as when I see things as a young boy. Perhaps, we too should learn to shut some things down too, to be able to see with pure clarity again.



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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #36 on: April 21, 2008, 06:21:34 PM »
* This images and its elements are saying "Blessing." Thank you Sir John!




* Camille lost all close-encounter courage when it came to Mali, but I told her I'll still take a shot of her with Mali in the background. Someday she might see, this is her unicorn... err, elephant.




* Meeting up with an old friend... them and me.

That's Edelyn with them. When we first got the chance to speak with the kids, she's the very first child I approached. We got to talk some more on our way to the Hut for the briefing, and I already told her she could have me as her personal photog for the day if she like. But then, I got busy giving out ID tags and a new listing was made. In the end, Edelyn was paired with Ricky (masterbetong) and I with Czarinah and Camille. I assured Edelyn she's in very good hands, and I know she is. During the course of the event, some groups would bunch up and fortunately, Czarinah and Edelyn are good friends and Ricky and I could take shots of them together. Ang haba ng kwento.








* Camille and Maricor.




* Some light moments...






* Edelyn and Malen. Malen's a fun kid, always smiling and laughing, and as Ma'am Linda pointed out, she's also a very smart person to speak with.




* Believe me, this bunch is as "kikay" as any girl their age, especially when joined by Danelle who reminds me of the word "bungisngis."  :D






* Miss Kathy Chua, with the Iguana? Or some green reptile. Thanks.




* At first, Mr. Bear Brand won't pose for souvenir shots with the kids, he just kept on hopping around and waving at the kids to follow him. They've got a presentation in a nearby area, and of course he'd rather that everybody's there too before he pose with them. I caught up with him and reasoned that the kids are tired already, and that they are visually impaired for him to ask them to come with him quickly. Luckily he came back for this shot right away, because I never really want to pick a fight with Mr. Bear Brand right there at the Zoo.  ;D




* Wheeeee! Time for a Calesa ride!






* At P20 per kid and P50 per adult, the parents just let them ride by themselves. I'm cheapskate myself so why bother, they're having fun anyways!  ;D ;D ;D
(Disclaimer: they were assisted by Ate Cora in this ride, Maricor's mom)



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Re: HumpreyCogay... you have Improved so much
« Reply #37 on: April 21, 2008, 08:16:03 PM »
At first I really don't know what to do, but as I cracked corny jokes on my sister (Blind Kid assign to me) I gain some confidence.

Photographing for this type of event is harder than I first thought. You must be at focus every time but must keep on communicating and must have some sense of humor, so that they will not get bored.

Nakakatuwa kc naging apat na yung kasama kong kids and we are all telling stories and craking our own jokes....

At the end of the activity I was glad that I made someone Smile.....


I remember when I first show your images of the churches. Wow, you made the right decision to attend the FPPF photo workshop. I am glad you volunteered in this cause. More power and blessing to you. Keep it up. John

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Re: Bo...I am honored to have you in the team
« Reply #38 on: April 21, 2008, 08:21:53 PM »
Your images speak of passion and understanding. It is the very reason why I try hard to make this event happen. You have made a big difference to these children. They will remember this brief encounter with us for a long long time. Thank You for sharing those beautiful images.

@Linda , you need to teach your friends to login in this thread to see all those beautiful photos of their children.

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Re: A Special Day for Special Children at Manila Zoo
« Reply #39 on: April 21, 2008, 09:50:22 PM »
Thanks to all pipho photographers who have shared their own stories, experiences and photos pertaining to this event.

Let me introduce to you a 16 yrs old teenager named EUGEMAR.  According to his mother Bheng, he was born pre-mature (six month old baby).  His case of blindness was due to ROP.  Since most of the children last saturday have similar cases of ROP, I've searched the wiki-pedia and this is what ROP is...

Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), previously known as retrolental fibroplasia (RLF), is a disease of the eye that affects prematurely born babies. It is thought to be caused by disorganised growth of retinal blood vessels which may result in scarring and retinal detachment. ROP can be mild and may resolve spontaneously, but may lead to blindness in serious cases. As such, all preterm babies are at risk for ROP, and very low birth weight is an additional risk factor. Both oxygen toxicity and relative hypoxia can contribute to the development of ROP.

I gave the 8R printout of this photo last Saturday courtesy of Canon...  "Eugemar and his mother Bheng"


Eugemar while being assisted by her mother to reach for the Ostrich feathers.  Notice his facial expression that showed his interest to learn more about the animals at the zoo.


This time, he's examining this hairy animal.





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