Remnant Of A Tribal Council
You are looking at the remnant of a tribal council,of the two castaway tribes, Pagong and Tagi of the Survivor Reality TV Show.
The remote tropical island on which Survivor was contested. Three miles long by a mile wide, this island lies forty miles off shore,west of Kota Kinabalu, or 30 minutes boat ride from the nearest coastal town, Kuala Penyu. Kuala Penyu is about 90 minutes drive, southwest of Kota Kinabalu.
Pulau Tiga (Tiga Island) was founded just a century ago by an earthquake off the Philippines. Wildlife includes monitor lizards, yellow-lipped kraits, reticulated pythons, flying foxes, and Malaysian field rats. The rats are edible.
The tribal council, is a thatched wooden building, located midway, about a mile each way, between the Pagong and Tagi campsite. It was the forum for voting castaways off the island. One tribe attends every three days, with participation predicated upon losing an Immunity Challenge.
The tribe named after the beach on which they lived (located on the island's northeast tip.Pagong's members are Ramona, BB, Gretchen, Joel, Jenna, Greg, Colleen, and Gervase.
The tribe named after the beach on which they lived (located on the island's southeast), Tagi's members are: Stacey, Dirk, Richard, Susan, Kelly, Rudy, Sean, and Sonja.
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RGatward (20052) 2004-05-06 4:28
Intersting subject, well handled difficult lighting.
ianmcall (1213) 2004-05-06 4:59
Lovely cool greens. As Richard said, jungle lighting is difficult to handle, this is very clear, with nice detail. I've seen similar structures, this one seems fairly new and in decent repair, I'd guess it was in use not too long ago.
ChrisJ (94770) 2004-05-19 3:47
Good lighting & composition. I think I'll pass on the edible rats (tidak mau, terima kasih!)
- Copyright: Rabani HMA (rabani) (9645)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-05-01
- Categories: Event
- Camera: Canon EOS 300D, Tamron AF28-300 XR
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/40 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Abandoned Places [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-05-06 4:00