Faces of Panama


This week’s adventures included an amazing and eventful road trip from Coronado to Boquete, Las Olas and Boca Chica, Panama. I enjoyed taking these candid shots of the native people of Panama along the way. The girl in the photo above, for example,  lived in a house along the road within the hills of Boquete. If she was to step out her back door, however, the steepness of the mountainous drop was treacherous!

Women and girls of native tribes all wear tribal dress, while the men and boys dress more ‘typically’. Generally speaking, they are very kind, humble people, living off their land. It is like a journey back in time observing how live.



About denisemacdonald

I am a Canadian entrepreneur who has been spending the majority of my time between Canada and Panama, Central America. Living oceanfront, I am an 'investment consultant', predominantly in the area of real estate in the beaches areas. Photography is my hobby. In April, 2014 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I will be sharing my journey here on these 'pages'. If you would like to learn more about "Triple Negative" breast cancer, please click onto http://www.tnbcfoundation.org/.
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