Christiansted harbor at dusk, Christiansted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands (2019) (Versión en castellano, abajo) Humans possess the unique ability … More
For the unaware North American or European traveler who first arrives in the tropics, a pleasant surprise awaits. Against the reference background of northerner landscapes, the colors of the tropics do stand out boldly.
Defining ourselves as Venezuelans, Argentinians or Mexicans is extremely short sighted, somewhat idiotic and definitely provincial. Spanish America has a lot in common and it is only the substantial commonalities what truly defines us as a nation.
City lights… the perfect overture to a night of sound and deep sleep?
In God, we trust! Or so we want to believe. In reality, modern civilization is imbued in paranoid distrust.
Human gestures are perfect definition of archetypes.
Aphrodite invites us to embrace, in full madness, the short-lived effervescence of sexual passion.
Thankfully, bridges, buildings and towers bring a sort of order and structure into our otherwise unpredictable lives.
Just as light gravitates towards black holes and then disappears, so is our attention obliterated by cell phones. Everyday. Everywhere.
As it happens, one balmy night in October 2018, the Dodgers reminded us -if only briefly- of Americans’ fascination for underdogs stories.