Ivan Blanco wins Best Sunshine International

Best Sunshine International Ltd.’s photo competition winners previous month would be presented with their honors this day. The open photography competition gathered around two-hundred entries in just the week that it ran.

Tao Xing, the chief services officer, told that they are happy to see their community’s flooding out response to their photography competition.  With so many great entries received, Best Sunshine had difficulty winnowing down the entries.

Ivan Blanco, the first place winner, has won because of his photo titled “Makeshift Playground.” It features a five-year-old girl surveilling the ocean—her “playground”—from a improvised cover made from discredited pine tree branches, underneath a PlainSailing.com sign.

Jack Stewart’s Simba that means to go to Mass in Tagalog, received the 2nd spot. It depicts a young boy holding on to his mum as they line up for hot meals offered by Kagman Community Church as part of its relief campaigns after Typhoon Soudelor. Macy Manzanares and Fredereic Guintu won third spot for their entries “Healing Saipan” and “School 101.”

Xing told that these snapshots shows them how the members of the community clambered during Typhoon Soudelor and how they coped in their consequence. Every snapshot tells a tale. Every photo is a memory. Each photo memorializes the people’s resiliency, a testament to the people’s will to survive. These photographs are an ode to the victory of the human spirit. Xing also thanked everyone for participating in the event.

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