A woman was looking out the window of a carriage called a Kalesa parked in front of the cathedral

Woman watching through the rear window of Kalesa
Woman showing her face through the window of a carriage
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Many carriages were parked in front of St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral, in Vigan. This city is registered as a World Heritage Site as a historical city. The cathedral is a part of it. However, the carriages waiting in front of the cathedral, called kalesa, are not for tourists. They are used by the locals and are waiting for customers in front of the cathedral, where many local people visit.

I saw a man and a woman riding in one of the carriages. Even though many local people come to the cathedral, few were coming out of the cathedral where mass was still going on. They seemed to be bored with the lack of visitors, and the woman was looking out the back window to see what was going on around them.

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Dec 2008 PEOPLE PHILIPPINES
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PHOTO DATA

No

2337

Shooting Date

Sep 2008

Posted On

December 23, 2008

Modified On

March 1, 2022

Place

Vigan, Philippines

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Lens

EF85MM F1.2L II USM

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