Ang Langyaw’s article in PDI’s frontpage

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Banner image of the jagged rocks of Nagudungan Hill as well as the news/travel MISSION RAIN GAUGE article makes it to the frontpage
My Calayan article as well as Smart’s Project Rain Gauge, the reason that brought me to this remote and beautiful town, finally saw the light of day and nothing’s better than having my photo of the jagged rocks of Nagudungan Hill and the article making it to the front page of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Sunday edition, 17 July 2011.

A major coup!

The article, entitled Mission Rain Gauge sails into fabled island, was actually a combination of two that I wrote for Smart, one a news item, the other a travel write up. Other than highlighting what the company has done as part of its CSR program, Kabalikat, focusing on education, it showcases the beauty that the island has to offer: Cibang and Caniwara Coves, wildlife, adventure activities and more.

Included also are tips where to stay and how to get there, which is quite important for the traveler.

Do check out the article at or get a copy at the newstand or 24 hour convenience store before the day ends.

Estan Cabigas is freelance photographer, blogger and writer based in Makati City, the Philippines. A true blue Cebuano, he makes stunning images and meaningful photo stories. His work has been published in local and international publications including National Geographic Magazine, Geo (Germany), Sunday Times Magazine (London) and other publications.

He is also a peripatetic traveler and has traveled to all 81 Philippines provinces.

I'm open for work, collaborations and inquiries, including hotel, restaurant and site features and reviews.

9 thoughts on “Ang Langyaw’s article in PDI’s frontpage

  1. => wow idol!!!! This is it. Ang angas naman ng trabaho niyo, kainggit. hehehe. Well, you deserve it po/ You got what it takes to be a star (star ah?) haha..

    Congrats idol estan.

  2. Wow ang astig! Congrats!

    I was one of the participants in the Blog and Soul Seminar held in AIM a few weeks ago. I appreciate the info and tips you shared on travel photography. Thanks.

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