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Amazing photos! It is as if you didn't any level of difficulty in taking those photos. the guy in the 4th photo down below was even a willing subject. The only I could get into this place is a distant photo like this one that can be found in my blog ( )


These are indeed bargain treasures!


the shells are wonderful. i remember when i went there 2 years ago to get some souvenirs for my colleagues.


oh Sidney! I would like to buy those hanging shells to serve as a curtain in my apartment. I've been looking for something like that eversince. The one Regalong Pambahay got is quite expensive. May I know where in Quiapo? I am actually scared of going to Quiapo..tsk tsk tsk :(


I love the second photo with the capiz shells hanging thingie, really pretty.


really nice pics, great colors too! thanks for visiting my blog!


I like the fourth photo! The composition is just awesome.


haggis basher

The stalls are so stuffed with goods that its often impossible to walk through and see whats for sale without bumping into things and having stuff fall on the floor, but then I'm twice the size of an average Filipino!

Otto K.

Nice ones, Sidney, especially the second one.

Susan Rose

Your photos are very beautiful. They make me want to visit and buy some pretty things. I would also walk around the city and take my own photos, then visit outside the city and see the farms. :)


vivre et consommer sous les ponts la vie de tous les jours ici!


under the poor people under the bridge, as in Europe...only jewels ans shells in Manila under the bridges.. :-)


I do like pics 3 and 4!

Photo Cache

shopper's paradise, photographer's utopia. the plant hangers (picture 3) remind me of the time I helped my SIL in making them.


I could likely spend hours there.


c'est impressionnant ces mobiles en coquillages.

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