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JK

Oh, Sydney. It's so hard to look at the photo's you have posted previously. But as a documentary it's very well done. I find this last series somewhat more friendly and easier to digest:) Greetz, jetty

Rach

Oh, so the skirts are made by a woman. Interesting!

eden

hello sidney....
another interesting series,tnx 4 sharing...i miss philippines :(

pieterbie

Hey, I rather like that attire.
They go to a lot of trouble to suffer.

ian

They look happy and jovial in stark contrast to yesterday's images Sidney.

Ruth

Whew! No blood! :)

The guy looks like he's half-Dali.

P.J.

Very cool series to tell a story. Nicely done!

Ashish Sidapara

Nice series Sidney, love your documentary style!!

don

Another excellent set, Sidney. It is very interesting to see and think about their practices.

José-Angel

Veo que son tradiciones en las que participa toda la familia !

I see that they are traditions in which all the family participates!

Intern

what an amazing set of images ...

angie

please tell me you had one made for "haggis basher" ;-)

lasiate

Aux Philippines l'es blessures de l'orgueil sont souvent bien plus douloureuses que celles du corps.

Gérard Méry

Un peu de verdure après le sang d'hier...ouf !

austriaka

your images tell wonderful stories!

nina bumanglag

wow cool pictures! how do you take these pictures, i mean do you travel or is it part of your work or something?
p.s.
thanks for dropping by my blog the other day. =)

david

obviously these rites are the christian churches absorbtion of far older rituals...do you by any chance know the roots of them?

Alternati

There are so many things about Filipino culture I've never known before. Like this one.

William

how do you get some of these shots, super work

bill

Such an in depth photo story. Its like you know everyone on the island.

Kyels

Humiliation, pain --- they aren't exactly the greatest combination. But cheers to you Sid, it did give me a hindsight of what Flagellation is like.

ndiginiz

Tena koe ehoa
Like all your images you capture a dedication to the task or craft at hand. This lady looks maticulously and specifically enjoyed at doing what she does.

Yuri

Again myself dive into one of yours amazing tales ;) Excellent!

JM

Incredible faces - this makes me think of the Wizard of Oz ;-))

Chris Vallancourt

Gosh, that is bloody and quite disturbing. Humiliation and pain.

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