The Creator's Hands
A master potter keenly molds clay as it rotates at a phase that will define the shape and soul of its master's creation.
This was captured at dusk as it slowly fades the subject but generously reveals a drama that can only be unfolded by the struggle between perseverance and weariness.
The photo was taken by Mikhael Sanchez, a photographer, blogger, and banker who is based in Singapore.
This is a replica Manuggol Jar made by Pasu ni Ingkong to retrospect the vivid and colorful culture of our ancestors in the field of pottery.
The Manunggul Jar is a secondary burial jar excavated from a Neolithic burial site in Manunggul cave of Tabon Caves at Lipuun Point in Palawan dating from 890–710 B.C.
This replica would be a fine piece in your collectible items that can be displayed anywhere giving the area a brief historical background.
Photo by Mikhael Sanchez
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