Touch of Culture

Right before the year ends, I figured that I needed to blog 2015’s award-winning photos from the freshest photographers in town! This time, the shoot’s venue was inside Binmaley Museum – formerly a coffee shop, but with change of administration, was turned into a vintage and orderly memorabilia.

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My hair has been growing healthy that month, and so I am, too! KeKeKe.

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Part of out town’s tradition: Street-dancing during on February 1 to pay tribute to every barangay’s products/way of living.

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Collection of photographs of widely known places: seafood restaurants, schools, churches, town hall, etc.

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Yeah, this sort of brings the drama. Me posing and the window blinds behind me.

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Of course, basket weaving!

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We came just in time to shoot these photos and Shiella had me seated here with that look. LOL!

What you see is what you get. These array of photos connotes what our town has to offer. The fiesta is forthcoming next year and we do hope that you join us in the celebration. Feel free to comment! Thank you!

by: Samantha C. De Guzman

(NO PLAGIARISM)

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Author: samofguzman

A writer neither writes every day nor every other day; a writer writes on a day beyond his control.

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