The Children of Sabang

At first there were three boys playing cards.
Another boy came and joined the trio.
Seconds later, another boy heads toward the group.

A walk by the breakwaters of Sabang on a Saturday morning is an exercise of inhaling almost seafresh air.

What caught the attention of this passerby was the rickety-raggedy nipa structure with kids playing cards.

I offered to take a photo of the group as one boy retreated to a corner, and back of the camera.

Few moments later, another boy joined the group. This time they stopped shuffling the cards and waited for the flash of the camera.

Seconds later, another boy was heading to join the group.

As soon as I turned to leave, the group of five restarted their interrupted game of cards. I was wondering how many more kids have joined the group when I was gone?(


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