Dawn Procession (Sibulan Scenes)

Took some (others blurred) pictures of scenes here. As much as possible, I want to document my time here, as well as show how life is like where I’m fro


image-122 size-full” src=”https://inkstainsandphotos.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/img_20150513_050805.jpg” alt=”IMG_20150513_050805.jpg” width=”2448″ height=”2448″ /> “Dawn” procession that got moved to an early morning schedule… Only a handful of people joined for the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima. 🙂 (Actually, I didn’t know it was, but my mother told me, so here I am.)
5AM, walking the streets while praying the Rosary.
5AM, walking the streets while praying the Rosary.
Many devotees go to Sibulan on the 13th for the monthly feast of St. Anthony of Padua.
This is at 7AM…later in the day, this whole courtyard is going to be filled with people, devotees from all over the island.

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I'm Stephanie. I like people, including the intricate, intimate details of their stories. :-) I love writing about life, people, writing, pens on paper, and street photography. I believe in Mental Health for all, and that stigma should not be a barrier to getting the help we need. #PsychiatryHCP

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