Thursday, February 6

Panagbenga (Baguio Flower Festival) 2013 Moments

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Sharing with you Panagbenga (Baguio Flower Festival) 2013 Special Moments and see you this Panagbenga 2014! For a complete list of activities for Panagbenga 2014, go here!

Sun hid under the gloomy clouds today, but downtown Session Road is in BLOOM!  It is the last day of the city's Annual Flower Festival or Panagbenga (A Season For Blooming) and practically everyone is over at downtown Session Road, the city's main thoroughfare where, for a week, it was closed to traffic as flower stalls and sidewalk cafes were set up along the road as musical performers  and bands shared their music and dance.



Synchronized spectacular fireworks display from five different locations will cap off the festival this evening.

Here are some moments captured by Lino Tabangin and Sir Ric Maniquis.

When people participate in the Panagbenga Parades, they eventually get high!

Crisscross


Flags


Okay, Fangirling

Nichelodeon


The floats were spectacular!  I will try try to post a pic of Le Monet's float later.

You might want to see the beautiful faces of Panagbenga here




16 comments :

  1. The City did well. It is a day after the Panagbenga Session Road in Bloom and there are no trash in sight! I am in awe :)

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  2. It's flowers everywhere, flowers festival and really beautiful photos were taken. Nice lady!

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  3. Amazing flowers festival with good spirit to live on. Baguio residents needs this occasion yearly.

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  4. I feel sad missing most of the Panagbenga events this month. Nice pictures here.

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  5. Those are wonderful pictures! Did you take them yourself? Really great photographs! I've never personally witnessed the Panagbenga festival and have only seen the festivities through pics. When my two kids are older though, I want all of us to experience the Panagbenga.

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    1. Those photos are taken by friend photographers.

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  6. Session road is in Baguio right? or I'm wrong? hahaha! Love that first photo. Was it taken by the photographers you said here or grabbed some where else? So love it!

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    1. Yup, sis it is in Baguio. Most photos used here are by my friend. He is often featured in photog mags

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  7. What is Panagbenga means sis? Looks like a fun festival to watch!

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    1. I wish I could lie down and look at the warm sky sis, just to dang cold out here.

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  8. We plan to be there Mar 1 and 2. I hope we get to see the fireworks.

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  9. Flower Festival is included in my bucket list. I hope I can watch it soon. Maybe next year. :) I love the photos... I bet you already know my reaction when I saw Daniel Matsunaga's photo. Hahahaha. Fangirl Mode: ON.

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  10. I am amazed with that float made of flowers! They are so artistic!

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  11. I love Baguio City but never imagined myself being there for the flower festival :)

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  12. One of the festival I want to experience in Philippines.

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  13. Oh my !!! Daniel Matsunaga!!! Quota na ako tonight. hehehe.

    Panagbenga looks very fun. I hope one day I can witness this activity.

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