1. Heartwarming. Sometimes, we take for granted things that other people value so much. This is especially for people who rarely see photos of themselves.

    • True! We have so much abundance of photos that we already have an appreciation gap between us who can easily access and create photos to the people who can’t.

    • Thanks Jonna! Sana nga I met him and gave him the photo personally. Dibali at least alam ko I did my part. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. agree with Astrid very heartwarming and it was a very kind act.

    I could just imagine those folks asking tourists who took their pics and agreed to give them a copy tapos they end up waiting for nothing pala. Probably they don’t even own a camera kaya very important yung photos to them.

    Malamang masaya at nakangiti si Lawin pag masilayan na nya pic nya. =) praying you’ll be able to send the 3 more pics!

  3. I love this post! I’m sorry to say that I’ve also been lazy with most of the promises I’ve made to give people copies of their photos, but I know that the times I did, the people really appreciated it. Just got inspired by your post. I think I’ll make more of an effort to do this now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. this is heartwarming! I also took a trip to Mt. Polis and the parents of a baby wanted me to take their photo. As a tour guide I always come back every 2 weeks, but I didn’t bother to bring the photo. Lesson learned. And next time I will bring a polaroid camera with automatic printer! Para instant photos kagad, haha. ๐Ÿ˜›

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