36 shots on a Good Friday – Christ’s way to the cross (reenacted)

Images taken early this morning during the “Tal-tal” which started from the Provincial Capitol Lagoon and ended at the Bacolod City Public Plaza.

A sweet street discovery – honey lemon on stick!

I was waiting for the dismissal of classes of my daughter at ETCS III this morning and happen to notice an area where students get their snacks at the sidewalks of the school…

and here it goes – students started to swarm over this vendor…

and the coins started to pour in for this sweet treat…

more and more students came to buy the honey lemon on the stick – P1 peso fun and sugar shock…

the sweet and gooey honey lemon is indeed a sure hit for kids…

and the students keeps on coming for this sweet street treat…Have a sweet day everyone!

[Images taken November 8, 2011 in a photo walk of myshutterlife]

Majica MassKara continues to attract people at the New Government Center

The Dreamer Floating Carousel continues to draw crowd at the New Government Center.   The newest addition to the recently concluded MassKara Festival are 3D sculptured boats floating at the fountain area of the NGC.

MassKara Dance Competition [001]

Photographs taken along Singcang Street before the Street Dance Competition kicked off earlier today…

[Images taken October 16, 2011]

A man’s trash might be another man’s treasure.

Owen Bayog Photo

Libertad Market – Rolando Advincula who 70 years old says he had been at the market for more than 20 years and he has made a living out of segregating wastes coming from various stalls at Libertad.  He separates onions from the entire dump, get these washed and re-sell it at the market later on the day.

Owen Bayog Photo

“I have been doing this since then, but I make sure that I select what could be salvaged as I also prepare this for our daily consumption”.

Owen Bayog Photo

Rolando might be doing the dirty job – but for him it is the cleanest way to earn a living out of the trash of other people.#osb