Making some noise.
That’s pretty much all there is to say about this image. ICYMI, I reworked this slightly this evening, an old favorite that inspired me to try my hand at creating phone cases and skins a while back. I only sold one; despite those lousy sales figures I still think it works pretty well. I’ll be giving… Continue reading Man Carrying Four Mannequins, Quito
Working as in working for a living on the streets.
An urban oasis between seas of thousands.
Briefly recalling one of Latin America’s largest Holy Week celebrations.
Revisiting a connection from the present to the past.
4 March 2015.
Avenida Cuenca, Quito.
Quito, Ecuador, 19 February 2015.
In Quito, Ecuador’s historico centro, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 02 March 2015
This was taken in front of the Church of San Francisco in Quito, which dominates its eponymous square in the center of the Ecuadorian capital. When I observed these two women, I thought about the forces that conspire to make our lives intersect, even if briefly. I’ve posted about the square a number of times,… Continue reading Plaza San Francisco, Quito, Revisited
From a collection of street portraits shot in April 2015. This gentleman was anticipating the start of the annual Good Friday Procession in Ecuador’s capital Quito, one of some 250,000 people who gather along the parade route of one of the largest and most colorful Good Friday processions in Latin America. I hope he’s doing… Continue reading Watching a Good Friday Procession, Quito
Finding solitude in the busiest of places.
Quito, Ecuador, 5-April 2015 Share!
Rubbing noses is supposed to be good luck, right?
A very brief unintentional consideration of the potato.
Watching the sidelines of political demonstrations in the Ecuadorean capital.
Recalling one of the largest Holy Week celebrations in Latin America.
Today’s Pic du Jour, the site’s 789th straight, was taken one year ago today on Calle Galapagos in Quito, Ecuador, where you can buy just about anything on the flourishing street commerce scene — from used Tinkerbell and Pooh puzzles to well-worn but still usable running shoes and t-shirts. I wonder if any of these… Continue reading Pic du Jour: Street vendor, Calle Galapagos, Quito