Images of the T'boli and Lake Sebu
Sunrise images of the ancestral domains of the T'boli.
A primary source of food for the T'boli are the fish of the area's lakes.
T'nalak is made on backlooms rather than automated machinery.
The Cooperative's facilities, including weaving space and sales office.
The Cooperative's logo, stitched by its members.
View of Lake Sebu from the Cooperative's facilities.
A cross-stitched full design shirt, using traditional patterns.
The home of Lang Dulay, the T'boli National Artist.
The children of the T'boli, at the end of the school day.
Santa Cruz Mission School.
The Chapel of the Mission School.
A T'boli artisan - a singer, master weaver and embroider and T'boli dancer.
Bangles worn when performing traditional dances.
A group of T'boli women in the Santa Cruz Misson School Chapel.
A member of the Cooperative, a master T'boli weaver.
T'boli's weave T'nalak but also cotton used to make local dresses.
A 'Princess' headdress, used for ceremonial occasions.
A full design T'boli shirt.
A local caribou, used in the tribe's agricultural production.
A T'boli woman creating a brass casted product.
Tools of the brass casting trade.
Waterlilies in Lake Sebu, lovely but also an environmental problem.
Nightfall on Lake Sebu.
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