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Photos of the City

Black and white street with people.

Black and white market.

Black and white photo of people.

Black and white photo of people on a street.

Black and white photo of people.

Black and white photo of people getting on a train.

Black and white photo of people at a market.

Black and white photo of people in a city.

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    I don’t have enough adjectives to describe the way these pictures make me feel. Excellent photography, Lindsay, and even better vision… Your internal lens will never be the same.

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    Beautiful pictures. What a wonderful experience! I know you and Bjork are taking it all in while making a positive impact there!

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    Awww, this was such a nice taste of the Philippines.
    My husband and I (also MN natives…shoutout!) visited Sagada & Banaue on Luzon a few years back, so your pictures are a nice little flashback for us!
    Love the jeepney shot especially!

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    hope you can show more pictures of the beautiful places in Cebu and using more of the local ingredients in your recipes.

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    I was on the look for recipes and stumbled upon your wonderful blog. I got so hooked especially when I learned that you stayed in Cebu for quite some time. Then I came across with this particular post of city pictures and I somehow I knew it looked so familiar. Were they taken at Consolacion Cebu? Its about 2Am here (cebu) right now and I just can’t stop reading your blog. 🙂 I couldn’t help but smile by the end of each post and how much you appreciated all the little things about this warm island. 🙂

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        Yes I do. Some of the photos looked pretty familiar like I know I’ve seen it somewhere around.

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          I don’t know but right now I just felt the need to say Thank you for all the charity and everything you’ve shared to the children. What you did was unimaginable (knowing that we are halfway the globe from each other, the huge culture and language barrier,.. etc. ) God bless your beautiful hearts. 🙂