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Friday, January 22, 2010

street kid sleeping with his dog. manila, 2010
street kids, manila 2010

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

A hooded devotee carries a cross to do religious penance on Holy Friday Lenten rites in Concepcion, Tarlac. Hundreds of flagellants paraded along MacArthur highway in Pampanga and Tarlac to atone for their sins.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Vendors sell lucky charms for new year's eve celebration in Binondo, Manila. People from various walks of life remain optimistic that the ' Year of the Ox ' will bring luck and good fortune.
A priest and nun walk past a chinese store selling lucky charms for new year's eve celebration.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Batang Kalye. Tondo, Manila 2008 All photographs taken using CANON 5D Mark II

Sunday, December 28, 2008

An impoverished family enjoys their remaining days in their shanty along a railway track in Tondo, Manila. Hundreds of families will be losing their homes when government has completed its demolition efforts. Affected families will be relocated to designated sites in Bulacan and Laguna early next year.
A father cooks for his children in a dilapidated shanty.
A family shares a meal and lives in dismal conditions after their shanty was demolished by government.
With their shanties at the backdrop, these children smile before the camera, seemingly unconcern about their impending fate.
Sadness is etched on this old man's face after his shanty was demolished by government.
An old woman awaits relocation by government in her temporary shelter.
These women go about their daily chores despite difficult temporary housing conditions.
While waiting to be relocated, this child's face depicts the uncertainty of his future. Grown-ups seem resigned to their fate, as they manage to play street games.
This girl bathes in public view along the railway track after her family shanty was demolished by government teams.
This family lives in makeshift ' pedicab' shelter while awaiting relocation by government.
Brandishing toy guns, these children play along the railroad tracks in Tondo, Manila. Hundreds of families will be losing their homes when government has completed its demolition efforts. Affected families will be relocated to designated sites in Bulacan and Laguna early next year.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Sa Tondo Man May Langit Din ....Diyos Ko!

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Hundreds of evicted families wait for immediate relocation after their shanties were demolished by government teams cleaning-up illegal structures built near railways in the Taguig-Pasig area. The government, through Vice-President Noli de Castro, promised to give them housing relocation in Sta Rosa, Laguna.