Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas in Two Places

While we are figuring out how to fix a defective memory card containing precious photos from some recent trips, let me share some Christmas decors we’ve come across as we did some tours. I am not really a celebrator of this day. But, well, in view of its Spirit, here it is.

* the bright Christmas light in front of the municipal hall in Bay (Ba’i), Laguna

* Trailer Pransis breathing in the Spirit of the season in Bay

* bear with the poor shot as it was done during an unexpected downpour; the church in Sariaya, Quezon

Sariaya Belen Festival 2010

One of the most common decors I have seen is the Nativity scene, often called in the country as Belen. Seen here are some of the Belen exhibits at the Sariaya plaza just across the church. Unfortunately, the sudden rain prevented me to take pictures of all the displays.

* this one is made by Lennon Roxas

* this is was designed by Concepcion Ibaba Elementary School, it was adjudged as the Night Judging Winner

* this was from DepEd Sariaya East

* this was submitted by JC Farm

With the possible exception of New Year celebration (when all firecrackers and fireworks light up the skies along with the noxious smoke), Christmas seems to be one unique celebration when the night-time is engulfed with many different lights.

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