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Iligan City, Philippines
25th of September 2016

My old Org-mates had a meeting and a photoshoot set up. Atleast I’m not president of the org anymore. The shoot though, it was good. I was quite surprised with my model for she was only 15 years old. As you can see from the photos above, she looks a bit more mature. Atleast it was nice seeing my friends again. Somehow, today has reminded me how much I love and miss photography. 

Philippine Navy personnel arrange coffins that will be shipped with drinking water, clothes and other relief goods to the flood-stricken cities of Cagayan De Oro and Iligan aboard a navy ship in Manila, the Philippines on Dec. 20, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is nearing 1,000, with tens of thousands affected.  (Photo: Aaron Favila / AP via MSNBC.com)

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Residents search for relatives among the mud-caked debris in Cagayan de Oro on the southern Philippines island of Mindanao following flash flooding and mudslides that have killed at least 927 and left hundreds more missing.  Attention has turned to the tens of thousands of survivors affected by Typhoon Washi, many of whom are crowded into evacuation centers without proper sanitation or supplies.  (Photo: Bobby Lagsa / EPA via the New York Times)

Limunsudan Falls is a two-tiered waterfall located in Barangay Rogongon, Iligan City, in the Province of Lanao del Norte, Philippines, 55 kilometers away from the City proper. It is said to be the Philippines’ highest waterfall with the height of 870 feet, with the lower part cascading alone higher than the Maria Cristina Falls.

According to my co-blogger, it will require one to two days of trekking before reaching Limunsudan Falls.

Poster by Dan Matutina

PdP supports Moonleaf Tea Shop relief drive for Sendong victims at CDO and Iligan! Our friends at Moonleaf Tea Shop are having a relief drive at their Maginhawa branch and all of us can help! 

Bring canned goods, biscuits, instant noodles, medicines, drinking water, used clothes, shoes, blankets, toiletries, and anything that can help our brothers and sisters at Northern Mindanao! They also accept pledges and cash (for the water fund of Rock Ed Philippines), just tweet @Thysz of Moonleaf Tea Shop!

 Any other help is also welcome! You can coordinate with the relief drive (@Thysz) for more information! Moonleaf Tea shop will collect donations until Dec. 24 only!