Another beautiful shot of Aliyah. Shot with natural light and a single speed light. Enjoy!!!
One of the most popular images used by Puerto Rican artisans is the Three Kings. They are considered not only a symbol of Christmas, but also a cultural symbol that is popular all year long.
In Puerto Rico, the biggest celebration of the Christmas season is focused mainly on January 6, the day of the liturgical celebration of the Three Kings. Gaspar, Melchor and Baltasar are the names of the Three Kings.
Here's is a piece carved by Puerto Rican artisan Harinsson Burgos. Enjoy!!!
One of the photos of a portrait session. This was shot outdoors and very light make up to give an all natural look. Enjoy!!!
Make up: Grisel
Walking around my backyard I was greeted by this beautiful flowers. Sometimes you don't have to go far away to enjoy the beauty that is waiting to be seen. Enjoy!!!
So as I was walking into my home I spotted a tiny jumping spider enjoying the catch of the day. I rushed inside the house, grabbed the camera with the macro lens and ran outside to capture this shot. Enjoy!!!
La Fortaleza (The Fortress) is the current official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. It was built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan. The structure is also known as Palacio de Santa Catalina (Santa Catalina's Palace). It is the oldest executive mansion in continuous use in the New World. It was listed by UNESCO in 1983 as part of the World Heritage Site "La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site".
During the 1640 reconstruction, the chapel of Santa Catalina, which originally existed outside of the walls, was demolished and was integrated to the walls of the structure, resulting in the alternate name Santa Catalina's Palace. Enjoy!!!
Today my daily blog post is dedicated to the person that have been part of my life for over twenty one years, my wife Grisel. She remain as beautiful as when we first met!
This little fellows are fairly easy to photograph. That's why I could really get a nice shot of him. This one was hanging around my work place which is about i mile from the beach. Enjoy!!!
I'm not pretty good capturing birds, mainly because I do not own the proper gear for this kind of photography and also because you have to be really patient. I guess I got lucky on this one, the little fellow was doing a lot of noise and was kind enough to let me get close to snap a few pics. Enjoy!!!
When visiting Ponce it is a must to visit el Parque Ecológico Urbano, located in the Miguel Pou Boulevard. The place is suitable for spending a good amount of time admiring the exquisite architecture and armory between nature and man made structures. So next time you visit Puerto Rico, swing by Ponce and have a good time. Enjoy!!!