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Archive for January, 2011

Denise Chronicles – Pia

Pia – Pia is another great girl to photograph. With her effortless, beautiful smile, she glows and brightens up the frame. She lights up the room as well as she can carry a tune. – Denise

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Tribu Bolabola of Iloilo National High School won the 2nd runner-up of Dinagyang 2011 Ati competition. The tribe represented Philippines to Chinggay Festival in Singapore in 1999 and 2000 and to the World Folklore Festival and World Expo in Portugal both in 1988. The tribe has 148 warriors and dancers and 50 drummers. (Click image […]

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Tribu Paghidaet of La Paz, Iloilo won the first runner up in Ati Competition of Dinagyang 2011. People from La Paz are devoted to Sr. Santo Nino and with the intercession of Our Lady of Good Voyage. The Tribe is composed of 62 warriors, 30 girl dancers, 30 star dancers, and 50 drummers backed by […]

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Mabby – Face her with a camera in your hands and she’s sure to flash you with her best smile. Seeming to follow my footsteps, she’s also inclined to the arts, starting graphic design and sketching at a young age. – Denise

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Pan-ay is formerly called Tribu ni San Pedro of Fort San Pedro National High school in Iloilo City. The group is composed of 49 warriors, 10 lead dancer, 40 drummers, and 49 props men. Tribu Pan-ay won the Iloilo’s Dinagyang 2011 Ati competition. (Click the image to enlarge)

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