This week’s WordPress challenge asks us to: “Take a picture of yourself or someone else as a shadow, a reflection, or a lesser part of a scene, making the background, or — as in the example above — the foreground, the center of attention.”
Silvana (of Monoaullador), Bob (of Pirancafe) and I traveled this week to the community of La Mocora where time seemed frozen in sweet acceptance of a basic-yet-rewarding long-ago lifestyle. The camera often captured not only the primary subject but a secondary one as well!
Switching back to life on the shrimp farm, I wanted to capture the essence of the moto taxi ride while showing the flat landscape of the valley.
The final images transport us to Museo Portoviejo:
Last August (2012) the Mola Series paintings were transferred from Museo Portoviejo to Museo Bahia de Caraquez. As the staff loaded the truck from Museo Portoviejo’s security door, this man watched from the main entrance.
As a parting shot, here’s one more glimpse of the landscape between my house and town. How lucky was I to upgrade from moto taxi to dump truck!
Have a safe weekend everyone!