I just opened a page on Facebook but I’m wondering why…
I have not published it because I’m still thinking if I really need a page. And yet, and yet… I’ve started filling it with my photos, and so far, I like what I see. I’ll keep it handy for whatever; maybe I would need it someday.
Debra and the tilapia fish she caught in a former mine tailing pond.
My travel group with Ms. Jane Timbancaya-Urbanek, community relations manager of Nickel Asia.
At the Post-Mining Ecosystems Restoration Laboratory in Rio Tuba, Bataraza.
Found a tiny sun bird on top of a tree in Rio Tuba, Bataraza
A dried branch caught in a vine.
Red bugs cavorting on an okra.
Last month, I went on a quick departure to a mining town in southern Palawan called Bataraza with some good friends: manang Jane Timbancaya-Urbanek, manong Caloy Fernandez, Dr. Oscar Evangelista, Debra Pritchard, Mike Doblado, Marcus Swanopoel, and my sorority sister Bing de Guzman.
I was happy to make the trip; the place is surprisingly refreshing despite the mining operation that is going on, and the friends I was with were all game about a lot of topics.