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MGA KABATAAN SA KATUBUHAN KAG KABUKIRAN | IMAGES FROM SUGARLANDIA by BacolodSpice

LESS TOOTHY SMILE | A boy in one the haciendas in Negros Occidental looking for a sugarcane snack | Children in the province still munch on sugarcane, extracting the juice from the stalk of this grass upon which the fortunes of a few have been built | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

KABATAAN SA KATUBUHAN | Children collect felled sugarcane stalks in one of the haciendas in Negros Occidental | The province has been called the Sugar Bowl of the Philippines | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

BOY ON BEAST OF BURDEN | A boy in the upland village of Capitan Ramon in Silay City in the northern part of Negros Occidental, tends to his family's carabao | Pamakero it is called in the vernacular | This means bathing the carabaos or taking them to a place where they can wallow in the mud and leading them to grazelands | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

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4 thoughts on “MGA KABATAAN SA KATUBUHAN KAG KABUKIRAN | IMAGES FROM SUGARLANDIA by BacolodSpice

  1. Great photos as usual, Sir Julius. You really captured the atmosphere of the country sides… =) Great details and ganda ng pagkakuha talaga…

    Posted by Dean Develin | May 22, 2011, 2:18 am
  2. Great shots, as usual. One and the same haciendas ni, Sir Julius, or taken from different locations?

    Posted by Brian Herbert | May 22, 2011, 9:13 am
    • Hi, Brian. Thanks! Same hacienda except for the shot of the kid on the carabao. The two shots were taken in a hacienda along the national highway. I think it’s somewhere along barangay Bubog. The other one is in one of the sub-villages of barangay Capitan Ramon also in Silay City. 🙂

      Posted by Hannah|JuliusMariveles | May 22, 2011, 9:34 am

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