The recent Alay Lakad during Good Friday's eve left a lot of garbage as people continued to just throw their waste along the roadsides if not directly on the road itself. I took some photos of the garbage that was the aftermath of the Alay Lakad. One wonders if their alay (offering) to God was their garbage. I am sure that Nature will get back at this people one way or another. For one, the annual floods in Cainta, Taytay, Antipolo, Pasig and other Rizal and Metro Manila towns are due in large part to a lot of waste going to the waterways. The garbage generated by this year's Alay Lakad to Antipolo would probably constrict drainage.
|Garbage, mainly plastics, that are remnants from participants of the annual Alay Lakad on the night of Maundy Thursday.|
|Garbage fills the roadside along Ortigas Extension|