a walk down one of the streets of Taal town leads to a church not so grand as the Taal church. yet miraculous stories about the image of the Lady of Caysasay makes it one of the most mysterious.some would call it Caysasay as others Casaysay. going back to my post on Taal church, i saw a bell with an encryption Casaysay which somehow made me wonder what really is its real name.if one looks at this church, it's small and a bit ordinary. plain flooring but with nice stone walls and beautiful altar ceiling paintings. a top view shot won't disappoint a photographer.expect kids to approach you for candles while some are just there to observe you and by chance even entertain you with their smile and questions. they will even convince you to visit the nearby church ruin and its miraculous spring.
a good stop when you visit the heritage town of Taal. it's just about 15minute walk from the plaza and about 10minutes from the Villavicencio house.
the ceiling paintings look marvelous!
^ i second! Ü
because of those pics i am sorely tempted to get that dslr i want. haha.
loved the mural!!!
Indeed a magnificent church
the fresco on the ceiling is a great work! love also the details on the church ruins.
ang galing ng mga kuha dong. i say each church has its own charms.
do you believe that when you go visit a church for the first time the chances of getting your wish granted is very high?
Ibang klase talaga ang mga works of art lalo na sa loob ng mga old churches... jejejejejeje
I love the fresco painting! Reminds me of the magnificent cathedrals in Europe.
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Mexican influence could really be seen in our churches. But what impresses me are the paintings at the ceiling.
The church is definitely more interesting inside than outside. The paintings are amazing! I like the old ruins too.
Another splendid church! It's really worth seeing, wonderful pictures!
the frescoes are definitely enchanting, and the last 2 pics are excellent. this church looks new on the outside...how old is it?
the second pic.. it makes me in awe of the chapel
I also knew it as Caysasay. But I remember college classmates who were from Batangas, calling it Casaysay.
Naks naman! Namiss ko ang Caysasay Church...
Nagduty kami kasi dati sa Metro Lemery Medical Center at 'dun kami tumira nun sa Taal...
Ganda nga diyan!
another beautiful church images!! (applause)
Beautiful church,thanks for sharing.
Have you done yr X'mas shopping?
New DLSR perhaps...
i agree with EKI the ceiling paintings are truly marvelous and yah, magnificent. wonder who painted it?
fave ko yung ceiling photo mo. :)
naiinip na ako. sino ba tlga nanalo?
i particularly love the last 2 pictures... hihihi
Such a gorgeous, gorgeous place. Thank you, my friend.
brings back ancient memories...
wow,another reason to visit that town some day. what a lovely place of worship. sana mapreserve nila yung church. thanks for sharing.
ang ganda ng church na yan. maliit lang pero full of character. hanep sa details bai. ang galing-galing.
It's an interesting place to visit and an excellent photography subject.
Nice shots here...
gusto ko ng ganyang church designs, parang nasa ibang bansa---reminds me of the beautiful churches in MEXICO....makukulay pa. hehe
aw, batangas ang mom ko and i go there some times.. pero di ko pa to napupuntahan. di ko nga alam na nag-e exist to.
mahal ko na yung gumawa ng painting sa ceiling.
great job on the photos dong specially the blue sky. Ang ganda! Pagaling ka ng pagaling talaga.
grabe ang ganda ng paintings! pati yung buong altar! perfect na perfect!
galing nman gaganda ng pics ang ganda talga sa batangas
ganda naman ng pics ng simbahan!
Taal po ba ito? or sa San Juan\
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