When visiting Boquerón, besides the great food, shops and second to none nightlife you'll find some amazing arquitecture. One example are the houses built on the water. This particular one is the most iconic. Located in the heart of El Poblado is hard to miss and almost impossible not to photograph. I was hoping for great skies but bad weather started to move in so I went for a long exposure to really smooth the water and capture some cloud movement. Enjoy!!!
So there I was...alone, the Majestic Caribbean Sea and me. Sun was slowly rising, calm wind blowing and my camera as my witness. Enjoy!!!
Capture of the always elusive Venezuelan Troupial looking at me for a second and then flying away. Beautiful bird but really hard to approach for a close up. Enjoy!!!
Located on top of 200-foot limestone cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse marks the south-west tip of Puerto Rico. Built in 1881 by the Spanish government, the Cabo Rojo Lighthouse (Faro Los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo and know locally as El Faro) uses the same building design as the Fajardo and Arecibo lighthouses. Enjoy!!!
Los Morillos Lighthouse
Remains of an old small boat dock as the sun checks out for the day. Taken at Playa El Combate (Combate Beach), Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Enjoy!!!
Old Boat Dock