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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #20 on: July 06, 2009, 06:06:05 PM »
how did this thing start?

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #21 on: July 06, 2009, 06:22:58 PM »
how did this thing start?


A bagful of jumbo pencils worth P500 pesos and enthusiasm to shoot the Banaue Rice Terraces.

http://www.blackpencilproject.org/?page_id=3

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Re: Corrected BPP Project Aral Trek - Team Guinihon
« Reply #22 on: July 06, 2009, 08:44:05 PM »
BPP Project Aral Trek - Team Guinihon



(L-R: Edwin, Joey, Xander, Martina, Keith, Vien, Carol, Jerson, Erick, Ate Kaye (EdwinK's sis), Kat, Dennis, Ma'am Julie of Banaue Tourism Office, Mon) Not in the photo: Karlou (Kenshusei)

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Susunod Sir Mon sama ako ha...    ;)
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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #23 on: July 06, 2009, 08:59:51 PM »
Those were just some the images I choose not to shoot, para hindi ako malulungkot pag nakita ko.

Minsan nga pinagbabawalan natin silang habulin ang sasakyan para iwas disgrasya pero ganun yata talaga ang mga bata.

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Naku, swerte mo pala at naubusan na ako ng batt nun. 'Coz actually, the thought of taking a picture of them from inside the jeep crossed my mind that time. ;D

As for the kids chasing our vehicle, I guess that's just how much we've made them happy and very much thankful. Kakaiba talaga ang effect na makita ang reaction sa mga bata at such a young and innocent age... napaka-genuine, and at times also be so unexpected than it can throw anyone off guard. Mabibigla/magugulat ka na lang talaga. Example, things that would usually make you go and say "Aw, ang-cute naman nila" would instead make you break into tears (of joy).  :)

Uy Si Sir Joey at Ma'am Carol nakasama!!!  :-[

Susunod Sir Mon sama ako ha...    ;)

Yup, nakasama nga sila.  :) Actually they mentioned your name nga during pre-climb. And when they did, pumasok agad sa isip ko yung "Shadows of the Metro" thread mo. You posted such very powerful images there and I salute you on that, sir!  :) Woops OT. hehe
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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #24 on: July 06, 2009, 10:54:40 PM »
The smiles on the faces of the kids from Brgy Anaba made my day. Sorry for the blur, still a virtual noob :D

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #25 on: July 06, 2009, 11:28:08 PM »
After our first stop in Anaba, the Banana Jeep proceeded to our main destination in Guinihon.

Sacred Rock. When we first went to Mayoyao last December, just before Ducligan is a sacred rock (its actually a mountain) to which road builders carved out a road, just enough to fit a mini bus. I remembered this spot where we get to watch a big boulder blocking the road and was tossed by a bulldozer to the ravine so our vehicle could pass through.

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #26 on: July 07, 2009, 01:44:26 PM »
Another Dejavu. On the same spot as our December trip, Banana Jeep got stuck again on a mud pit brought by a landslide. This time, its deeper. We were advised to walk a kilometer and wait for our vehicle to pass through.



It was noon by then so we decided to head to the nearby river bed to have our packed lunch meal, BPP style - "by the falls". I'm sure Jerry Tieng would recognize this spot in an instant. :)



After another one hour or so, we arrived at Guinihon Drop off point. Guinihon is a village found between the territorial boundaries of Mayoyao and Banaue town. Coming from Banaue town, Guinihon is found on your left, about 30 minutes trek going down from the main road access. I first heard Guinihon from Mayor Romeo Chulana when our group went to Mayoyao last December. He asked possibilities on how we can extend assistance to the farthest barangay of his town.

Golden Terraces. On the right side of the Guinihon drop off-point (Banaue-Mayoyao road) is a panoramic view of Mayoyao Rice Terraces. It's harvest time so the terraces are glowing in yellow gold with grandeur.



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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #27 on: July 07, 2009, 01:45:44 PM »
Spectator. What brought the kids inside the classroom probably is a fiery enthusiasm to know who are these people bringing school items for them. Project Aral Team was more than happy to see the kids patiently waited for us despite of the heavy downpours.



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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #28 on: July 07, 2009, 02:05:03 PM »
I believe this is still Bangaan. The place is majestic and serene.



Taken while the group is heartily eating friend chicken and mixed veggies... and cleaning my mud soaked shoes at the river





The kids of Guinohon waiting...

"Excitement"




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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #29 on: July 07, 2009, 04:00:20 PM »
Let's put on some faces.

Selphy Clinic. Pictures paint a thousand words. Enough.





PowerShot Boy. He was very to shy to flash his camera, perhaps he got intimidated by EdwinK's cameras. It took me sometime to convince him that its okay to take pictures using a point & shoot.



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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #30 on: July 07, 2009, 05:28:37 PM »
teaser of photos: more to come!!!!!

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #31 on: July 07, 2009, 11:25:40 PM »
Here's my share of photos. As expected, I only ended up with only a handful 'coz of my misfortune regarding my supposedly-recharged spare batt. (sigh) oh well...

The Story of our Off-roader:

The Bog #1


Man vs Machine:
Mud Crossing Challenge: Man-1, Machine-0


The Bog #2
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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #32 on: July 07, 2009, 11:38:06 PM »
Project Aral finally arrives in Bangaan

Our always reliable and versatile Guide, Lawrence, does the honor of handing out the study kits to the children of Bangaan


Mon and Lawrence held the banner up for the children's group shot together with their new notebooks, notepads, and pencils.


Those were the kids, and now for the adults...
The Provider


Father and Son


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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #33 on: July 09, 2009, 01:46:16 PM »
share lang din po..



This is one of the few images left in my sd cards... I think i accidentally formatted them back when we were in Mayoyao. I volunteered to take the portrait shots of the kids and then print them in the selphy afterwards. Since we dont have much time, what we normally do is use a newly formatted card and retain only those photos that well be printing; that way, we can just press the print all button from the selphy and wait till all the photos gets printed. at the same time, I can still shoot the other children using a new card.

From all the trips na napuntahan ko, eto yata yung first time na wala akong naiiuwing pictures (though may mga onting natira... including yung portrait ni mon :) ).. pero gayunpaman di ako nalulungkot.. The mayoyao experience is way better than any photos na pwede kong macapture during that trip. I even told myself, "I can always go back to Mayoyao and capture its beauty pero yung ngiti ng mga bata everytime matangap nila yung mga aral kits nila at habang nakikita nilang unti-unting nabubuo yung larawan nila mula sa selphy printer - that I may not be able to see/experience again"

Right now Im still browsing at those 50+ images from the Mayoyao trip last weekend (Most of them are portraits coz I only have a 50mm with me - but thats another story) and up until now di ko parin malimutan ang mga ngiti ng mga batang iyon - at syempre ang lasa ng tapeuy habang gumuguhit ito sa aking lalamunan.. Hayyy sarap.



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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #34 on: July 09, 2009, 02:08:51 PM »
share lang din po..



This is one of the few images left in my sd cards... I think i accidentally formatted them back when we were in Mayoyao. I volunteered to take the portrait shots of the kids and then print them in the selphy afterwards. Since we dont have much time, what we normally do is use a newly formatted card and retain only those photos that well be printing; that way, we can just press the print all button from the selphy and wait till all the photos gets printed. at the same time, I can still shoot the other children using a new card.

From all the trips na napuntahan ko, eto yata yung first time na wala akong naiiuwing pictures (though may mga onting natira... including yung portrait ni mon :) ).. pero gayunpaman di ako nalulungkot.. The mayoyao experience is way better than any photos na pwede kong macapture during that trip. I even told myself, "I can always go back to Mayoyao and capture its beauty pero yung ngiti ng mga bata everytime matangap nila yung mga aral kits nila at habang nakikita nilang unti-unting nabubuo yung larawan nila mula sa selphy printer - that I may not be able to see/experience again"

Right now Im still browsing at those 50+ images from the Mayoyao trip last weekend (Most of them are portraits coz I only have a 50mm with me - but thats another story) and up until now di ko parin malimutan ang mga ngiti ng mga batang iyon - at syempre ang lasa ng tapeuy habang gumuguhit ito sa aking lalamunan.. Hayyy sarap.




Pang testimonial Karlu ha! Oist may mission impossible tayo. =)

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #35 on: July 09, 2009, 02:14:06 PM »
Pang testimonial Karlu ha! Oist may mission impossible tayo. =)

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #36 on: July 09, 2009, 02:36:05 PM »
bilis pla mag evaporate ng tapuy na yan... na tetempt ako inumin ung pasalubong sa erpat ko..  masarap na inumin kesa maging hangin lng.. hehe


share lang din po..



This is one of the few images left in my sd cards... I think i accidentally formatted them back when we were in Mayoyao. I volunteered to take the portrait shots of the kids and then print them in the selphy afterwards. Since we dont have much time, what we normally do is use a newly formatted card and retain only those photos that well be printing; that way, we can just press the print all button from the selphy and wait till all the photos gets printed. at the same time, I can still shoot the other children using a new card.

From all the trips na napuntahan ko, eto yata yung first time na wala akong naiiuwing pictures (though may mga onting natira... including yung portrait ni mon :) ).. pero gayunpaman di ako nalulungkot.. The mayoyao experience is way better than any photos na pwede kong macapture during that trip. I even told myself, "I can always go back to Mayoyao and capture its beauty pero yung ngiti ng mga bata everytime matangap nila yung mga aral kits nila at habang nakikita nilang unti-unting nabubuo yung larawan nila mula sa selphy printer - that I may not be able to see/experience again"

Right now Im still browsing at those 50+ images from the Mayoyao trip last weekend (Most of them are portraits coz I only have a 50mm with me - but thats another story) and up until now di ko parin malimutan ang mga ngiti ng mga batang iyon - at syempre ang lasa ng tapeuy habang gumuguhit ito sa aking lalamunan.. Hayyy sarap.





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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #37 on: July 09, 2009, 02:42:01 PM »
pwede bang sumama!!! hehehehe!!!
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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #38 on: July 10, 2009, 09:37:06 PM »


Pare kinukunan ata tayo...?
wag kang papahalata!
kunan mo din!

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Re: Black Pencil Project - Project Aral Trek - Guinihon, Mayoyao, Ifugao
« Reply #39 on: July 11, 2009, 08:10:54 PM »
these children are very blessed because of people like you guyz..  :)


very inspiring

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