Monthly Archives: April 2012

365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 121

This is a street vendor of classic Panamanian hats in Penenome, Panama. I’m told that the ‘Panama Jack’ hats are not actually from Panama, and that the ones viewed here are the real Panamanian ones. Go figure! The hat brims … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 120

This fuzzy little thing looks like it would be nice and soft like a dandelion when it is seeding. However it is quite strong and bristle-like, and surprisingly it has a nut of some kind in it! I didn’t stop … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 119

Today I went on an excursion to an Emberra native village near Gamboa, Panama. It was an amazing experience! We were shown through the village, as well as part of the rainforest in order to see different trees and plants … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 118

Today was a surf day. Bi-weekly on Fridays we go to kids’ lessons at El Palmar beach. The parents gather on the beach, chat and catch up, while the kids learn to surf. As a Canadian, I must say this … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 117

I am told that these avocados are the best avocados in town – by far. They hang from a tree in my friend Linda’s yard, and I’m told they are in great demand when they are ready – which will … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 116

Today I went to the SOS Orphanage in Penenome, Panama. It was my first visit to an orphanage and was very interesting. When you drive through the gates, the road leads to a small circular area which is lined by … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 115

This is the peak above our car port. I went out to pick some mangoes today and as I walked back, noticed how majestic it looked – almost ‘castle-like’. I love the clay roofs they have here in Panama. It … Continue reading

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