Green on Gray

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Yellow on Gray

Salumay, Marilog District, August 2013: He chose the balcony of an old school building as vantage point for watching the arrival of visitors from the big city to his sleepy highland Matigsalog village.… Continue reading

Benches and Pathways 11

In Search of Lice

August 2013:  After two hours of navigating the scenic, winding road away from Davao City towards the mountainous villages southeast of the city; we arrived at Barangay Salumay, a sleepy community inhabited by… Continue reading

Under the Shade 7

A Place for “Was-Was” 3

Text from Part 1:  Two things that intrigue me:  (1) Tok Pisin and (2) What the word “was-was” means. Tok Pisin is a creole spoken throughout Papua New Guinea.  I’m just so intrigued by how, long ago, out of the need… Continue reading

Benches and Pathways 10

A Place for “Was-Was” 2

  Text from Part 1:  Two things that intrigue me:  (1) Tok Pisin and (2) What the word “was-was” means.  Tok Pisin is a creole spoken throughout Papua New Guinea.  I’m just so intrigued by how, long ago, out of the… Continue reading

A Place for “Was-Was” 1

Two things that intrigue me:  (1) Tok Pisin and (2) What the word “was-was” means. Tok Pisin is a creole spoken throughout Papua New Guinea.  I’m just so intrigued by how, long ago, out of the need… Continue reading