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I really enjoyed taking pictures during the Pintaflores Festival. It was easy for photographers, like myself, to click away when participating dancers wore very expressive faces. Not to mention that the festivities started on high noon, which made photography much easier. click photos to enlarge More photos of my Pintaflores at: San Carlos City’s Pintaflores […]

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San Carlos City is the home of the Pintaflores Festival that happens every November 5. One will see a rainbow of costumes and colorful face paintings during the celebration. click photos to enlarge More photos of my Pintaflores at: San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 (1 of 5) San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 (2 of 5) […]

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Personally, I am fond of watching the lead dancer, or the Pintaflores princess of each participating group as she dances gracefully with her colorful and elaborate costume. The grand champion of the Pintaflores Dance Competition will be the province’s representative for Bacolod’s Panaad — the festival of festivals. click photos to enlarge More photos of […]

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Be delighted to watch students of various schools from the province perform rythmic dances from the port of San Carlos City to the municipality auditorium. Beautiful choreography and musical scores adds spice to this annual competition. click photos to enlarge More photos of my Pintaflores at: San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 (1 of 5) San […]

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Images taken during the Pintaflores Festival in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental. Colorful flowers and insect costumes graced the audience all throughout the fiesta. click photos to enlarge More photos of my Pintaflores at: San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 (2 of 5) San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 (3 of 5) San Carlos City’s Pintaflores 2012 […]

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This is Bacolod City, City capital of Negros Occidental, known for the city of smiles and the twin city of Iloilo. Bacolod City is the sugar capital of the Philippines and known for Masskara Festival.

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