Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Moon Shot, Mid-autumn Festival

According to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival after the Spring Festival in China and falling  on the 15th day of the 8th month. It is obviously celebrated and always in the  middle of  Autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. 

Full details of the articles about the Mid-Autumn Festival can be read here.

Bukidnon : Photo #040 : Kaamulan Festival, A Centennial Celebration

The Photo series #040 of the 100th Year Centennial Celebration. Keep on following Con Tour Blog's photo series of the Kaamulan Festival 2014 Street Dancing Competition. This post is the last photo series and the rest of the photos to complete the 100 photos can be viewed in my flickr account. Here's the link for my flickr photos.

Saturday, September 06, 2014

Bukidnon : Photo #039 : Kaamulan Festival, A Centennial Celebration

The Photo series #039 of the 100th Year Centennial Celebration. Keep on following Con Tour Blog's photo series of the Kaamulan Festival 2014 Street Dancing Competition.Please tell the author about your comment on this photo to the comment box below.:-).

Bukidnon : Photo #038 : Kaamulan Festival, A Centennial Celebration

The Photo series #038 of the 100th Year Centennial Celebration. Keep on following Con Tour Blog's photo series of the Kaamulan Festival 2014 Street Dancing Competition.Please tell the author about your comment on this photo to the comment box below.:-).

Bukidnon : Photo #037 : Kaamulan Festival, A Centennial Celebration

The Photo series #037 of the 100th Year Centennial Celebration. Keep on following Con Tour Blog's photo series of the Kaamulan Festival 2014 Street Dancing Competition.Please tell the author about your comment on this photo to the comment box below.:-).

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