187/365 LAST LIGHT
Did you know no two sunsets are alike...ever? For this one I only included three elements: the sea, cloudy sky and the sun to make it minimalistic. The sky was really dramatic so it makes a great mood, at least in my humble opinion. Enjoy!!!
185/365 MY FAMILY
Here's a ThrowBack Thursday dating back to 2011. I took this with my very first DSLR, a Nikon D3000 on a visit to the historical El Morro Fort in Old San Juan. Enjoy!!!
I took this picture about two years ago on a family vacation trip to the beach. Sometimes I let my pictures sit around for quite sometime before I decide to edit them.
This is my youngest son Alejandro. He doesn't like to be photographed a lot. In this case I was looking to snap a couple of pics of him and he was reluctant to pose for the camera. I kept trying to capture him, and it became some sort of a game... I was trying and he was doing his best not to be photographed. So, I started calling his name for him to look my way and at that moment, a beautiful smile flourished on his face!
EARLY MORNING FOG FROM ABOVE
It is no secret that Puerto Rico is one of the most beautiful places on this Earth. The tropical weather makes it a perfect location for all year round vacation spot. Most of the beauty of Puerto Rico is located, in my humble opinion, in the central part of the island. We have beautiful mountains with cristal clear waterfalls. One really awesome view is the one you get to experiment in the mornings and has to do with the early fog.
In this photo you can see, from a vantage point, early morning fog in the town of Cayey. It was taken from a helicopter trip all the way to San Juan. Enjoy!!!
Early Morning Fog
CERRO LAS TETAS
Nicknamed Las Tetas de Cayey, but officially Cerro Las Tetas, and also Las Piedras del Collado, are two mountain peaks located in the municipality of Salinas, Puerto Rico. Since September 1, 2000, the peaks have become part of a Puerto Rico Natural Reserve and are protected by law. Their height is 2,759 feet (840.94 meters) above sea level.
The peaks are so named for their resemblance to a woman's breasts. The word "tetas" is colloquial for "breasts" in Spanish, much like the English word "tits".
A common misconception is that Las Tetas are located in the municipality of Cayey. Las Tetas are actually located in the municipality of Salinas, in Barrio Palmas, a ward on the northwestern part of the municipality of Salinas.
Despite all the facts, everybody calls them Las Tetas de Cayey.
Las Tetas de Cayey