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Pahiyas Kiping Lantern
Pahiyas Festival in celebration of the Feast of San Isidro Labrador, the Patron Saint of Farming in Lucban Quezon, Philippines, celebrated every 15th of May. People decorate their homes with agricultural motifs such as this kiping (paper-thin rice wafer) lantern. Those are not real roses but kiping of various colors fashioned into flowers.

Pahiyas Kiping Lantern

Pahiyas Festival in celebration of the Feast of San Isidro Labrador, the Patron Saint of Farming in Lucban Quezon, Philippines, celebrated every 15th of May. People decorate their homes with agricultural motifs such as this kiping (paper-thin rice wafer) lantern. Those are not real roses but kiping of various colors fashioned into flowers.

(Source: Flickr / jeromebonto)