Filipina Smile
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Filipina Smile

Portrait of a Filipina smiling, taken in Bontoc, northern Philippines (island of Luzon). It seems that not everyone uses Filipina to indicate a female Filipino, but I think it's correct given the Spanish influence in the Philippines.

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Posted Jan 31, 2011 10:20 am

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