23 February 2009
A woman uses a multi-gallon container with holes to give some murky water to the grass.
The guardians of cemetery plots, who work regularly on the dead that we visit once or twice a year. Watering, collecting garbage and emptying pots out.
A sidecar full of emptied-out pots that used to hold flowers.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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