From the photography archive

This evening I am relaxing from a long day at work to a documentary on global art history through out the years. Of course Indigenous folks, Caribbean and Africa aren't in this series (so far, not finished yet).

But the photography shown has reminded me about a few photos on my desktop that I have been meaning to edit.

These are some of my favorite photographs I've taken from my trip to Puerto Rico last summer. My uncles dog was the friendliest little guy I have ever met. Apparently, there's a female dog from down the street, his vieja. She comes to visit. She's a black and white pug, I believe. I'll have to post her photograph.


Juncos, Puerto Rico, 2017

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