As part of the Holy Week tradition, carriages were paraded around town in the late afternoon of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday (April 21st and 22nd) to commemorate and enact the Passion of Jesus. This carriage was carrying carved images of Jesus and his apostles depicting The Last Supper. This was part of the procession of the Roman Catholics on Good Friday at my mother's hometown of Valladolid in Negros Occidental.
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Wow, I didn't realize this was life size til I noticed the people's heads silhouetted around it.
Interesting carvings with bright vibrant colors.
That's incredible! I also really like the anme of your blog... very good advice!! Found you through Midweek Blues :)
Wow!I am speechless!
the world is indeed a small place
all the churches in my childhood neighborhood in NYC do the exact same thing on Good Friday
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