The Kalesa

Kalesas or horse-drawn carriages abound still in Vigan, Ilocos Sur.  Here are some snaps from different times of day.

And here’s 2 snaps in Sepia.

Tune in for more of Vigan.

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11 Responses to The Kalesa

  1. Jean-Luc says:

    a beautiful serie for a romantic walk. I love it


  2. What a lovely post with gorgeous sepia shots.


  3. Mikaela says:

    The two last pictures are just georgeous! Really nice!


  4. mizhelle says:

    wow those are great photos! old era looks really great in sepia!

    u may view mine here


  5. I like your sepia photos a lot! They are really good ones and perfect in sepia 🙂


  6. Tricia says:

    A plethora of sepia scenes & I especially like the last two sepia shots – Great toning!


  7. Patti V. says:

    Interesting sepia shots of the horse-drawn carriages.
    I really like the second one with the perspective of looking down the row of buildings. The lit lanterns offer a nice glow to the evening.


  8. Ralph says:

    This city is beautiful, an era of the past. The brick streets may be bumpy, but simply lovely and classy. The architecture is stunning with its columns and balconies so wonderful in sepia. The past is alive here!


  9. awarewriter says:

    I love the way you told your story with the progression of images. All are very well done and the climax sepias are wonderful examples of how to do sepia toning the right way.


  10. dianne says:

    these shots are so beautiful
    I love all the different tones and contrasts
    and beautiful composition
    lovely all around


  11. Antigoni says:

    Amazing photos!!!


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