Langyaw is Editor’s Choice in National Geographic

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My photo (top) as editor's choice in the National Geographic Magazine May 2010 issue

Finally, it’s out: the May 2010 issue of the National Geographic Magazine where my image of a flagellant preparing his tukarol is published. The caption reads:

Estan Cabigas Talisay City, Philippines

On Good Friday in the Philippine town of Infanta, this Roman Catholic flagellant donned a floral headress called the “tukarol.” Cabigas, 36, captured his image while documenting Holy Week practices for a school assignment.

This photo is part of a story that I did for my Diploma in Photojournalism course at the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University. Check out my slideshow.

Thanx to Nomadic Pinoy for sending me this scanned page. I’m still awaiting delivery of my copy.

Check the slideshow and free download

Stan Cabigas helps businesses get qualified leads and more sales via Messenger Chatbots. He's also a photographer, blogger and writer based in Cebu, 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). His personal Photography work has been exhibited in Asia and Europe including Paris, Seoul and around the ASEAN regional capitals. He is also a peripatetic traveler and has been to all 81 Philippines provinces.

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20 thoughts on “Langyaw is Editor’s Choice in National Geographic

  1. galing, astig, panalo talaga. i hope you receive more awards and recognitions. congratulations bro!

  2. Wow! Congratulations 🙂

  3. congrats pre!!
    nice to meet you sa bgc passion fest!
    food blog na tayo! ahhahaha

  4. @traveler on foot, thanx 🙂

  5. Congratulations po Sir, talaga namang napakahusay mo. Idol!:)

  6. i remember reading that post dati. congrats. thank you for featuring my town province, infanta.

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