I´m back (again)! It´s been a long time! I went on holidays, came back, tried to change my job unsuccessfully and started my own tiny business. And the excuse to post is this week´s travel theme!
Liquid at Bako National Park, Borneo, Malaysia.
Holy liquid at Ganges River, Haridwar, India.
Oily coffee in India.
If you want to see things on display you should go on a Sunday afternoon, to San Telmo neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. Mainly the antique´s hot spot in the city, there´s a lot to see and listen.
The next one is not in Buenos Aires, but it´s something curious for me, in Mexico they display these dresses for girls 15´s party. There´s no way you´d put me inside one of those!
What I love about photographing animals is that they don´t pose. Sometimes they notice you´re there, sometimes they don´t. Sometimes they hide, but generally, they don´t. And at the end of the day you always get a natural ¨pose¨, sometimes NatGeo style, ok, that´s probably an exaggeration!
Man´s best friend first!
Guess this is the other man´s best friend. Though it is in a cage! my gosh!
The rabid crab!
The sleeping beauty…
Crocodile, crocodile, can we cross the river?
Call me chicken.
Polar bear eating a watermelon.
The coyote… keeping an eye on…
Oh! I love the giraffe´s pattern! (can I use pattern in this case)
The white tiger.
Do you need a tissue?
This one has been already here, but she deserves it, she´s so nice!
I don´t like monkeys, but one of us should be here, right?
She has also been here before… (don´t know why I think is a she)
and son. (or daughter)
Strange pig in Borneo.
If there´s a place in the world I found amazing and exuberant foliage, it is Malaysia, more specifically Borneo. The size of the leaves are spectacular! some leaves I saw there were the same I remember from the trees of my childhood, but huge!
Well, I´m not gonna apologize anymore, by this time you´ll realise I´m having some schedule problems to get on time the the weekly challenges.
This is one of the towers (or minarets) of the Taj Mahal, in Agra, India. The world famous white mausoleum.
1,2,3, updating. Here´s last week´s theme.
This is some kind of moss that grows on the rocks when the air is very pure.
And this is what happens when I get bored. This is my hand under the helmet net of my backpack.
For this challenge, one natural red at Talampaya National Park, La Rioja, Argentina.
And a more artificial red (it doesn´t seem to be very natural, but it could be anyway), red powder in India.