• There is no harvest in the months of June to August, and until a few weeks into September. Thus, they are called “lean months.” But these could be over soon for farmers in Barangay Abuanan, Bago City, Negros Occidental as they harvest their bounty. ARCHIE REY ALIPALO/PN

  • A fruit stand selling lanzones on JM Basa Street, Iloilo City attracts buyers. Lanzones, with its delightfully sour or sweet taste, is now considered a priority high-value commercial crop of the Philippines. Nutritionists say the fruit is rich in Vitamin A, which helps form and maintain healthy skin, teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, and mucus membranes. JOSELITO VILLASIS/PN

  • Angling is the sport or pastime of fishing with a rod and line. Certainly, it is not for those with no patience. In Iloilo City, angling enthusiasts or anglers find the Iloilo River a suitable venue. GUIJO DUEÑAS/PN

  • It’s the season of mangosteen. This exotic, round, purple fruit is quite popular for its snow-white, juicy, delicious arils. Mangosteen comprises of an impressive list of essential nutrients required for normal growth and development and overall nutritional well-being. Photo shows a woman buying mangosteen on corner De Leon - Quezon streets in Iloilo City. GUIJO DUEÑAS/PN


    A city hall personnel is busy trimming grass to beautify the vicinity of the People’s House of Bacolod. Is the city government also working on the building’s leaking roofs? ARCHIE REY ALIPALO/PN





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