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Hit of Nicotine

Naic, Cavite | January 2014

Pre-high reaction.

Cavite

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Happy kids: They instantly give a smile and a pose when they catch a camera pointing at them.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Children

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This sun-tanned teenager prepares to take a dip in the shallow parts of the beach. He is from a community of coastal dwellers where the sea is considered a public playground and a source of livelihood.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Rural

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This boy vends bítso, something akin to a long john doughnut, kept in a large polystyrene box. He squeezes his “honky horn” to call customers.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Workers

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The quaint town of Naic is strewn with roofed wooden, sometimes bamboo, benches. Put in an old colonial-style house and an old man in a bicycle, and the quiet rustic imagery is complete.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Random People

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These men walk in a trail, carrying fishing nets and depositing them on boats stationed at the shore.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Random People

Seven Churches To Visit in Cavite

​Tomorrow, La Isla tours offers another group of participants for a tour around some of Cavite’s best churches for the Lenten season. Here are some of them: 1,122 more words

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