Bring MORE to Life: Power Photo Contest Top 14 Finalists

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The judges of MORE Power Photo Contest have chosen the top 14 finalists for our photo contest. The top 14 finalists will be up for final judging on February 26, 2021 to determine the winner of the “Bring MORE to Life” Photo for 2021 and the sub-categories.

Here are the entries in no particular order:

Beauty in the Darkness

If you believe that dark is scary place, then try to visit Iloilo and you’ll be amazed at how beautiful this city is. The beautiful and colorful bright lights are everywhere to amaze you.

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Beauty in the Darkness
Photo by: James M. Castillano

Braveness and Perseverance

From tangled to untangled! Fearlessly taking their responsibility with a brave heart, a mind full of courage aims to bring a MORE quality of life through its best service.

Braveness and Perseverance
Photo by: Michael Bustamante

Clean City

Desire to dwell in a clean city of lights

Clean City
Photo by: Andrew P. Balderosa

Education Is Power

As long as there is light, there is hope. Just like this array of lights from the sun, it is like giving everyone a bunch of hope to continue living this life. This man still manage to continue his studies despite of what is happening around us especially in the middle of this pandemic so nothing and no one could ever lose our hope, always remember to move forward and don’t let anything and anyone stop you to reach your goals.

Education Is Power
Photo by: April C. Dalisay

Homework

Light and hope for all children’s future.

Homework
Photo by: Christine Cubing

Light for a Better Life

Knowledge can be acquired for those who are dedicated to his/her passion. Passion that are fueled with dedication is a step closer to one’s ambition in life. Despite the challenges we are facing right now, there is a light that gives us hope and inspiration to continue living.

Light for a Better Life
Photo by: Prince Deo S. Solanib

More to Education

The shadow cast by the pandemic left many of us struggling and losing hope in the darkness. But still, more people are refusing to succumb and continue to believe that a breaking dawn is coming. Like this boy who makes use of the light from a lamp post in a public plaza to get his assigned modules done, may we find our own spark of light that will illuminate our way through this dark tunnel. May we continue to trust that there is MORE to what we are facing right now. May we radiate MORE light to the lost, the last, and the least. May we realize that there is MORE to education for a brighter tomorrow. Above all, may we fix our gaze to the ultimate source of light and believe in Him MORE.

More to Education
Photo by: Jan Pauline U. Gamuyao

Ring of Life

A circle is endless,
Just like the sun’s light and energy that is limitless,
It accompanies life, it precedes to growth.
So why settle for less?
We will always need more,
Always want more,
That’s why you deserve the best.

Ring of Life
Photo by Gennelle Faye R. Valensoy

Suga Sang Panimalay

We will never get tired of magnifying the unconditional love of Mothers as the light of home for teaching young ones to live with good values, grow up with wisdom and faith to God.

Suga Sang Panimalay
Photo by: Glenn L. Benedicto

Taking Advantage for the Better

A not so well-off kid takes it to the streets and takes advantage of the surrounding lights in able to read which he can’t do at home struggling to earn a decent living electricity but this kid shows despite all the advancement that society boasts of, there’s a lot of hardworking children out there that won’t stop them even the basic necessities are a distant reality.

Taking Advantage for the Better
Photo by: Bryan Rhey Perdosa

The Light of the Family as an Educator

As a lifeblood of technology, electricity has been an essential commodity that has brought our civilization to new frontiers of discovery and capabilities. From institutions that drives our economy and centers of governance, down to each household of every family, electricity has been a necessity, not only for convenience and efficiency, but also, more importantly, for its effect of strengthening the bonds between people, most especially families.

Now, as we face unprecedented challenges in this pandemic, electricity through technology has not only made it possible to fight the disease that spreads, but also made it possible for us to connect in this time where to distance oneself from others is the right thing to do. Through this connection, compassion towards others continued to be shared and felt even though we are physically distant, and with the profound effort of families, education has thrived even though confined. Mothers who are considered the light of the family have become educators.

Electricity has and always been a part of our lives and no matter how rich or poor we are, we have to admit that the glow of a single light bulb in the dark of the night can go a long way in bringing together a family.

The Light of the Family as an Educator
Photo by: Ernesto J. Villanueva

The Light That Shines in the Darkness

Education can’t be hindered by the stories of our inadequacy, the weight of our poverty, and the shadow of our past. Run the race of life with perseverance. Be the light that shines in the darkness.

The Light That Shines in the Darkness
Photo by: Jesse B. Villanueva

Thru the Light and Darkness

A streak of light from a candle can be a source of inspiration to change one’s perspective, but imagine if we have enough lights around us that guides every children to dream big then they will achieve success.

Providing this right electric light to everyone will support every child’s dream to be in reality. A streak of light can bring more to someone’s life.

Thru the Light and Darkness
Photo by: June Famur Jr.

With Power Comes the Responsibility to Wield and Create

We are each gifted God-given abilities and talents to produce anything with our creative minds, but what is our intelligence without the will to build? And what can we build without the proper tools in hand? In the end it all boils down to the simplest necessity to function which is power and energy. What we do with our energy affects our ability to use our tools, and with the proper tools we are able to integrate what our intelligence can create. Put them all together and we have power. Now it is our responsibility to use that power to create a better world for generations to come.

With Power Comes the Responsibility to Wield and Create
Photo by: Timothy Andrew L. Keng

MORE is also be giving the netizens their voice. Based on the number of love reacts, it will determine the Most Popular Photo for 2021. The photo with the most love reacts by 12:00 P.M of February 26, 2021 will be the Most Popular Photo. Vote here.

Sheila is a digital marketing enthusiast and obsessed in promoting Iloilo. She is a kdrama fan, a dog person and a certified foodie!

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