Wednesday, July 11, 2007

St. Bernard


This photo was taken by Dr. Eden Divinagracia, head of PNGOC, in St. Bernard town in Southern Leyte. This was in their relocation site. St. Bernard was one of those towns buried in a huge landslide early last year. Many people were buried and unrecovered. PNGOC, to which I belong, is making a study of the emergency health response made there. But that is not the story, the man in the blue jacket is the story. Eden did not notice it at first but this man was "headless." The shoulder was hunched in such a way that he was not holding his head down. Your instinct would think that his head was one of the windows. And he was barefoot. The researchers said they don't know this guy. Eden did not notice the guy before and was taking only the houses. So we don't know...

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4 Comments:

Blogger MANDAYA MOORE: Ang bayot sa bukid said...

potaH ka! kinilabutan ako.

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if this is a genuine picture, mangipaneknek manen nga adu dagiti banag a narigat a maipalawag uray pay nakalaw-lawagen a makit-kita kadagiti dua a bukel a mata!

6:17 PM  
Blogger frank cimatu said...

naguneg ta imbagam. But its haunting one of the researchers up to now. Di niya mahanapan yung taong ito. Someone said na may kahawig siya sa mga pinugutan. Iyun na...

9:39 AM  
Blogger The Nashman said...

I think there is nothing special to this this picture. The man looks hunched down against the wind...

8:23 PM  

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