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A series of datags and stonewalls rising in a series of terraces in Sitio Cabalawan, Barangay Tabayag.
Mt. Lantoy, considered a sacred site in the upland barangays of Argao. It wasdeclared a watershed forest reserve by the government of the Philippines.
A paril (stone wall structure) built to collect eroded soil.
A corn farm (in a wide datag) in Sitio Cabalawan, Barangay Tabayag.
An example of a Belen featuring the whole Christmas story and other importantevents in the life of Jesus Christ.
The group of angels and the seminarian assigned to the parish after the end-of-May procession.
A Carroza depicting the scourging of Jesus Christ at the pillar.
One of the author’s informants, now in her 50s, as a ‘flower angel’.
The mambabasa (chanters) chanting the Passion of Christ in front of the images of the non-processional Santo Entierro (left) and the Nazareno of the Tercera Caida(right).
The silver carroza of Our Lady of Sorrows being prepared for the Holy Wednesday procession.
The carroza of the Santo Entierro is decorated with sampaguita garlands in preparation for the Good Friday procession.
A child dressed as an angel lifts the mourning veil of Our Lady during the Salubong ('encounter'), the early morning procession on Easter Sunday.
The silver carroza of Saint John is decorated with lotus flower motifs.
The carrozas that carry the images waiting in the courtyard of the church at Cabiao before the start of the procession.
The Nazareno of the Tercera Caida being prepared for the Holy Wednesday procession.
The images of Christ and the angel from the carroza of The Agony in the Garden were carved by Adrian Cristobal.