16/365: When In Iloilo (and Cebu): Capture The Colour

This is another pick (re-post) from my deactivated blog TheLuckyBlog.Info.  Again I consider this as the perfect time to import and post this article about the two grand festivals that are consecutively happening in Cebu and Iloilo. Who knows these photos may become the reason for you to suddenly fly to Cebu and Iloilo!

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I thought it would be easy finding the photos I need for this contest since I have  tons of photos to look at. But when I started looking and choosing, my oh my! I almost gave up and scratch the idea! But for the love of Gracie who tagged me when she joined the contest hosted by travelsupermarket.com, I went ahead and took it as a challenge to come up with an idea.  Reading Joanne's post about this also inspired me to do this at least for fun!  Note that the contest is already done and winners have been drawn.

The first problem was, there were too many photos to choose from.  I always fell asleep while choosing the photos being played through the slide show.  The next problem was the concept.  I had a lot of considerations one of which is to use the colors of my race singlet from my running alter ego.   Finally, I settled on two choices.  My Cebu’s Sinulog and Iloilo’s Dinagyang Festival photos.   However,  I was torn on which festival photos should I use.  Then I thought “why not use the photos from both festivals?”  I just labeled the photos through watermark to identify from which festivals they were taken from.

So here’s my share for the “Capture the Colour” fun.  I call them my street shots taken from my ever-reliable digicam in the streets of Cebu and Iloilo during the Sinulog and Dinagyang 2012 Festivals.  Just help me out on the color for I’m a bit torn on what particular color should I tag these photos.  It would be fun to hear your comments on what color label the photos should belong.

B L U E
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G R E E N
Dinagyang Green

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Y E L L O W
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W H I T E
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R E D
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And if you’re looking for some more colors, here’s one for you!

One of the float in Cebu’s Sinulog Festival designed with sea treasures in colorful presentation

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Pit Senyor!  Hala Bira!

You may want to take a peek at my Sinulog and Dinagyang 2012 adventures:

33 comments:

  1. Wow, ganda ng mga pictures mo. Dami ko palang na missed na post:)

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    1. THANKS Joy! I took them from using a digicam from a very crowded place. ang hirap mag focus :(

      come by anytime if u wish to read them :)

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  2. ang mga pinoy galing gumawa ng mga ganito for the festivals ...

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    1. super agree ako sayo Kulapitot, eto talaga ang ako'y napa-nganga! ha ha

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  3. how festive i love colors i gives us this certain kind of happiness

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    1. yes MEcoy! true essence of festivities talaga costumes pa lang :)

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  4. Agree ako kay pareng Kulapitot. Pinaka-astig talaga mga festival ng Pinoy.

    * Pareng Jay was here

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    1. hayan dalawa na tayong super agree Pareng Jay!

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  5. napaka colorful naman di ko pa ako nakapanood ng mga ganyan street dance parade:)

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    1. Super nga bro! Try mo nakaka-mezmerize ang kanilang galing hindi lang sa costume pati sa mga sayaw at sa sobrang saya!

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  6. Wow galing talaga ng pinoy! Ang ganda lahat ng costumes and very colorful. I hope someday makapunta din kami diyan ng family ko.

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    1. Hello Sam naku u really should try it and I'm sure your family will enjoy! they are all happening in January including Kalibo's Ati-Atihan Festival - magkakasunod lang silang tatlo :)

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  7. Wow! Ang ganda.. sana ma-experience ko din makapunta sa mga festival, parang ansaya e!

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    1. Yes Joanne! Sama mo na sa plans ng grupo nyo. The experience is unforgettable :)

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  8. Thumbs up! Love the pics, masaya at makulay.. kelan kaya ako makaka-attend ng mga festival na ganyan..

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    1. THANKS Gracie! and thanks for tagging me too I enjoyed doing this post :) Eto na siguro ang pinakamaraming pics na post sa blog na eto. kasi may (silent) rule ako sa site nato na limited pics lang hi hi hi

      You really should try this. You can map Kalibo/Ati-Atihan, Cebu/Sinulog & Iloilo/Dnagyang in one January. Parang ang dali ng sinasabi ko no? hi hi hi

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    2. Oi nagcomment na pala ako o hehe, pwede palang repost ang challenge? hehehe joke lang. Go!

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  9. grabeh! na inspired naman akong gumamit ng digicam pix ko. nahihiya kasi ako kasi karamihan sa blogger dlsr photos talaga. kaya yun humihingi nalang ako sa mga friends ko. kakahiya kasi gamitin yung digicam photos ko.

    mas gusto ko yung kuha mo sa dinagyang festival;-)

    just me,
    www.phioxee.com

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  10. ha ha THANKS! Hindi kasi ako fan ng dlsr because of the size and weight. I feel that it will just get in the way of my hyper-active life. Unlike with digicam, I can just hang it in my neck or stuff in my purse anytime ;) point & shoot then voila!

    What I did is to master my digicam and we became best friends to each other ;) I call myself a "professional digicam user" ha ha

    Thanks for passing by. I've been to your blog and it looks great!

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    1. hahaha. kaso diko bestfriend yung kodak ko. pero chox nah. para yun sa isa kong blog. kasi di yun travel. para sa mga cofee all random things lang. pero don sa travel kogusto ko crips yung kuha para mas ma appreciate. tama ka din don sa weight ng dslr. parang magkaka scoliosis ako sa bigat

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    2. yep primarily it's the weight & the size talaga. I won't be able to fully utilize it because of my running blog. hindi ako makakatakbo ng maayos pag may nakasabit na dlsr sa batok ko lol.

      and also, I always consider myself that I'm more of a blogger and a runner, not a photographer ;)

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  11. Very nice makulay ang buhay sa Dinagyang ^__^ love it! Ikaw na he he..

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  12. THANKS sis! try mo yan it was really awesome ;)

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  13. Ang ganda nito sis,hanggang picture na lang ako nito, kasi parang malabo na maka-attend akong ganitong festival sa atin :(

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  14. Colorful :)Gusto ko makaexperience ng gantong festival :)

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  15. It's that time of the year again.....and I can't be in Cebu or Iloilo to witness these festivals :-(

    Thanks for sharing your pics. Nakakaengganyong manood uli, perhaps next year.

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  16. one of these days mararanasan ko din yng mga festive events na yan,

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  17. I was fortunate enough to have experienced such wonderful festivities in the Philippines although I would like to witness them once again. Hopefully I could take photos next time and add these wonderful celebrations to my blog. One can always blog about these every year because they always change: themes, concepts and costumes. Great share!

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  18. The glitz and glamour as seen in the photos is really inviting. I could have reached Cebu last 2010 same with my plan in Iloilo but too bad emergency strikes when you have plans already. Seeing these photos makes me sigh and day dream - that one day, going there won't create any fortuitous event.

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  19. Nice seeing those photos again:)

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  20. Unbelievable. Hindi pa pala ako nakapagcomment noon. hahaha! Shocking talaga mga colours. Filipinos do know how to be festive, but can we challenge the gargantuan festivals and the explosion of colours of Brazil's? Beautiful, yes. But I look forward to a more gregarious fest! Anyway, hindi pa naman din ako nakakarating diyan....

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