How People Watched the Peñafrancia Fluvial Event

This is part two of the photo recap of the Penafrancia fluvial procession last Saturday.

This is a photo-study of how people waited for the procession and the fluvial event in back yards, alleys, and every available space one can occupy to gaze at the passing venerated images of the Divino Rostro and the Virgin of Peñafrancia. Yes, including a swim on the murky Naga river.

One interesting note here: The images are duplicates of the original which are safely kept at the Basilica Minore.

Photos by our Tony Abalayan, Jr.

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