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Morion's PhotoGallery 101: Alive Sinulog Festival 2012!


Photographs taken on January 15, 2012 along the streets of Cebu City during Sinulog Festival Grand Parade. This is my second time to experience Sinulog fever and still the feeling of being part of the celebration in honor of the Senyor Santo Nino  is truly marvelous!
These snapshots shows the different sides of the festivity in the eye of Traveling Morion while joining the sea of devotees in the streets of Cebu City
 "Everyone, everything’s Alive! "

FAITH AND SPIRIT, ALIVE!





CULTURES AND TRADITIONS, ALIVE!

   
local showBIZNESS and amazed fans are more ALIVE!



"all kinds of BUSINESS, ALIVE!"

 









39 comments:

  1. nice pics tol, its nice that you focused more on the typical people that are often neglected on an event like this..people that take the opportunity to earn while others were focused on the main attraction..hehe..they are the socially and economically challenged people...

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  2. @balance31 jejeje tlagang nakarelate tau s socially and economically challenged ah jejeje;)

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  3. i stayed in Cebu for a few months but never experience Sinulog, but i'm always in awe with their traditions and foods! miss lechon, inasal at puso...

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  4. it reminds me of my late mother who's a fanatic of Sto. Nino, beautiful shots and there were Iza Calzado and a good friend Ms. Giselle Sanchez

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  5. Bilang laking Maynila ako, I have never witnessed these kind of events up close in my life. Ikaw, nakapag-picture taking pa talaga. Congratulations!

    Btw, nasa blogroll ba kita? I'm unsure, Jeffrey. Haha

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  6. @kiko-grabe devotion ng mga cebuano khit sobrang tindi ng araw plus bglang ulan, wlang tinag @ mark- umm not sure f dis blogs s n ur blogroll jejeje ty guys for dropping here;)

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  7. I am happy to see your blog with the pictures during the Sinulog. It reflects the real life of the people in Cebu during this festival. Truly, the Cebuanos are deeply rooted in their faith as you have depicted in your photo-article. I've been in Cebu many times but wasn't able to observe this but I'm lucky to have your photos. Hope soon I could experience Sinulog. Thanks.

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  8. ohe. y havn't we bumped each other? i was there too. sadly i did not have all the chance to take some pics like yours...

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  9. @germs:tlaga? sayang meet-up sna tau jejeje,,, i was able to go inside the road with the official photogs(nakasalisi jejeje)

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  10. January is really a frenzied month of celebration!!!
    And I like how you describe things to be alive! Viva! :)

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  11. One of my favorite things about going to festivals are the street food. I don't really care about pricey and upscale restaurants. Nilagang mani, palamig, balut at penoy, solve na ko. Thanks for sharing your photos!

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  12. While most photographers focus their attention to the performers and the stars of the street parades...here you are --- taking beyond what is expected - the spectators and this is what a a photo enthusiast really does.

    Great photos you have here.

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  13. Daming tao. Kaya minsan hirap pumunta sa mga festival. Siksikan. Wow, nakunan mo si Iza Calzado! :)

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  14. ang sarap siguro nung manggang hilaw... nangangasim ako

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  15. just loved the images of the devotees with their Santo Nino. Love also the way you take photos Jeff about how ordinary people live their lives on the feast of Santo Nino.

    pero mas gusto ko ung food na may chicken at tocino hehe

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  16. Galing mo talagang kumuha ng pic. Napakalinaw and vivid ang colors. I miss attending streetdancing festivals. Never been to Sinulog in Cebu though :(

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  17. awww, i love the pictures, the theme threading through each of them...especially the picture with the kid being raised high above the others...so symbolic.

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  18. ang loser ko lang. never pa ako nakapunta ng sinulog to think that i have lived for 20 years in negros or (near cebu lang). inggit!

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  19. i also love attending festivals and capture photos coz people are so real on their emotions, behaviors, and views... great shots! keep on travelling and sharing us more

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  20. nakakita ako ng manggang hilaw with bagoong my favorite!! nice post! i've been reading a lot of blogs about sinulog's main parade, this one is refreshing.. ;) and i love the street food!! bakit may nakita akong BBQ pinagpapasa-pasahan ng mga tao? ganun talaga? hehe sorry di ako naka-attend pa.. this yr sana e kaso something came up.. next time nalang ulit!

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  21. Colorful festivals like this is really worth watching.

    Just how I wish I have the luxury of funds to hop from one festival to another.

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  22. Sinulog is one of the best festivals in the Philippines. I could not forget the good old days celebrating Sinulog with painted faces, that was way back in the 80's..I used to live in Cebu before...and Sinulog festival is one of those memories.

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  23. Four years ago I was one of the locals watching and celebrating this annual events. Viva Senior Sto. Nino. Mabuhay ka!

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  24. What an experience! Nakakamiss tuloy ang Pinas. I haven't experience Sinulog ever. I am just wondering if I could ever will.

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  25. fiestang-fiesta ang dating ng mga pictures mo. i never attended any festival, matry nga. =)

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  26. hindi pa ako nakakapagsinulog sa ibang province ang natry ko lang eh yung sinulog sa kabankalan sa negros

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  27. so crowded... it feels good to see those people who are really devoted to Senyor Santo Nino. :)

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  28. Congratz! You've got what a Sinulog really is and this is life in PH republic. The "off-stage" actors and actresses are the real participants of any festivities, merry-making or revelries for that matter. You're a "senseful" traveler. :)

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  29. As long as there is life, there will always be hope :) Sinulog Pit Senor!

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  30. Thank you for sharing your pictures on this kind of event..!! Isa eto sa mga dinadayo ng ating mga kababayan..!!

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  31. will try come and visit sinulog next time! i olweis wonder how nice seeing rich festivities philippines have and so ashamed of never exploring philippine cultures. xx god bless!

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  32. I wish I could attend next year's sinulog festival.

    Cool! I like the image na parang baby ang pagkakarga niya sa Sto. Nino, madadama mo po ang sobrang pagmamahal na binibigay niya sa So. Nino!

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  33. Want to go to CEBU one day and experience the real sinulog festival :) Glad I enjoyed reading your post and your pictures too :) More power!

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  34. sinulog are very wonderful..lots of people and foods to buy

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  35. While I love your shots, it's sad to see that Pinoys are way way behind other Asian countries in terms of cleanliness and discipline.

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  39. I don’t ordinarily comment but I gotta admit thankyou for the post on this great one : D. gs777-villivonka

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