One of the oldest and continuing Filipino tradition, All Saints Day and All Souls Day has yet filled the cemeteries around the City of Golden Friendship with hundreds of visitors coming together from different parts of the world.
Dubbed as Kalag-kalag in local language, this 3-day (usually, people start visiting as early as Oct 31) holiday also meant to reunite families who most likely haven’t seen each other for a long while.
As I hopped around from one cemetery to another to visit some of my deceased relatives, I also took random photos; candidly capturing how Filipinos, particularly the Kagay-anons, commemorate their fallen loved ones.
Check out the photos below:
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