A Photographer from Barlig

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sagada Igorot Barlig Photographer
Langfia Ayeona is a young Igorot photographer from Barlig, currently based in the UK. I stumbled upon her work while creating my recent bloggable entry. She has dozens of "treasures" in her galleries. She also started a blog on Barlig.


Ayeona January 18, 2009 at 11:54 AM  

Hi, thank you. Saramat apo, I will link your Sagada blog to ours, so we can create and proclaim the whole beauty of Mt. Province, the east and the western. Unfortunately though am not a good blogger but a start for Barlig infos in the net would be good.

All the best!

kristine January 18, 2009 at 10:34 PM  

On behalf of the Barlig people we thank you for your humble appreciation to the our kailiyan's works, to our people and to our place as well.

Mel Alarilla January 18, 2009 at 11:40 PM  

Dear Fellow Member of Filipinos Unite!!!,

We enjoin you to please copy and paste the Prayer Tag and Link For The Philippines and The Filipinos and post it at your own blog. You can add your other blog/s at the end of the link or if you have only one blog and are already included in the link, you may repeat your blog’s name at the end of the link. Be sure to utter the prayer for 9 consecutive days or as often as you can. Tag as many bloggers as you can, preferably Filipino bloggers. But only bona fide Filipinos will be included in the official registry of all Filipino bloggers. As a service to our fellow members, may we request you to please visit at least 10 members a day- 5 members that you know and 5 members that you do not know so that we can help each other improve our page rankings. Please copy the whole post from the picture to the end of copy sign.

Thank you very much for your wholehearted support of this project. God bless you and your family always.

Very respectfully,

Mel Alarilla of Filipinos Unite!!!

SaGaDa-iGoRoT January 19, 2009 at 7:59 AM  

Kristine, Ayeona, it's a pleasure. It has been my delight finding out about Barlig as well. Of the 10 Mountain Province towns, its Barlig that I have heard the least about. So, this exercise is educating for me as well. Thanks for dropping by.

Christine January 24, 2009 at 6:22 AM  

Hi Kamulo!

Thank you for dropping by my site and your kind words. :) I fell in love with your hometown and will definitely go back and invite more people to visit.

All the best!

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