The roles we all play in life are transient business. There is no reason to take those roles too seriously but there is every reason to “play” them right.
Hordes of people are ubiquitous these days and can be very annoying. But crowds too offer an opportunity to find some joie de vivre.
“Escribe, que algo queda” – Kotepa Delgado (a Venezuelan journalist)
“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal…. A time to be born, and a time to die” . Eccleciastes.
Want to shoot a selfie by holding your DSLR camera in your bare hand? As long as you prepare yourself and take all the necessary steps, your endeavor is destined for success. Read on.
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.
Attempts to establish what is good and what is bad is a lost battle. Church signs -like the one shown here- are examples of the limitations of language and illustrations of futile attempts to regulate morality
City lights, neon lights, electric billboards… fascinating stuff! The perfect overture to a night of sound and deep sleep.
Folklore -in its manifestations- depicts the devil in multiple forms and there is a reason for that. After all, the devil is in the details.
Human gestures are universal: they do not belong to any particular individual. We repeat those very same gestures over and over again, across generations and generations of men and women, and so, ad infinitum.