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Tag Archives: David
There has been a very large, shiny building under construction in David. I heard some time ago that it was going to be a market to house the merchants that are usually on the street. Tuesday I was shopping with … Continue reading
Split-Second Story For this week’s challenge, we want you to become a documentary photographer and attempt to capture a candid moment of a person, place, or thing. Put your National Geographic hat on and tell a story by documenting a … Continue reading
I’ve been riding my bicycle a lot, as I mentioned in my last post. Riding here in Panama is different than in the US. Many people have bikes as their main mode of transportation so there are always bikes in … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that means On Top! We have been watching the construction of an overpass for months. Friday was Good Friday-Viernes Santo, so the workmen were on … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life For this challenge, document the movement (or stillness) of a street: tell a story with your snapshot, capture a scene that reveals a bit about a place, or simply show us where you live — or … Continue reading
I have never seen so many horses! Someone said there were 5000 horses and riders participating. The parade, or cabalgata, takes place every year on March 19th and people come from everywhere to participate. We have been seeing horses in … Continue reading
Sometimes just the little things are interesting, things you pass as you go through your day. These photos are some of my last day or two. Always keep a camera with you!
When there is no more fish in the freezer, it’s time to go to Pedregal to buy more from the fishermen. My friend Cedo wanted to come along too, so off we went. Pedrigal is a town just a few … Continue reading
It’s summer here, a time when water shortages are common. This summer has been much better than last and we have only had a few times without water for part of the day. Tuesday was one of those dry days, … Continue reading