Posted: September 22nd, 2012 | Filed under: Photojournalism | Tags: bankerohan, davao city, keith bacongco, Photojournalism, public market, rene lumawag, ruby thursday more, Street Photography |
Bankerohan, as a place, is mainly characterized by the market, the river, and the bridge that connects one part of Davao City to the other.
Bankerohan is located at the heart of the city and one of the few places where people from all walks of life converge.
What’s been giving Bankerohan its distinct color and feature are not the material things within it but the people who dwell in it and whose lives are shaped by this extraordinary place.
In this photo essay, the photographers documented the everyday lives of vendors, consumers, and laborers.
– Rene Lumawag | Ruby Thursday More | Keith Bacongco
Photo exhibition runs from September 23 to 29 at the ground floor of NCCC Mall, Maa, Davao City
Posted: December 3rd, 2010 | Filed under: Street Photography | Tags: christmas lanterns, davao city, Photojournalism, Street Photography |
A lantern frame maker slices a piece of bamboo to be used in making lantern frames along Quimpo Blvd. in Davao City.
Posted: January 31st, 2009 | Filed under: Street Photography | Tags: gaisano, mall, Photojournalism, Street Photography, wokers |
Mall workers on breaktime in Davao City.
Posted: January 9th, 2009 | Filed under: Photojournalism, Street Photography | Tags: davao, davao city, mops, Photojournalism, Street Photography |
A creative way of drying up floor mops along the street in Davao City. Making some things neatly done even if they are messy one