I was enchanted by this old couple crossing the street in Antigua, Guatemala.
Guatemala touched me deeply – nearly everything about it. I’m going back – I just don’t know when yet. In other news… the photo of the young woman in the tree in yellow high heels with the puppy gazing up at her which I posted on the 14th called Garden Variety Drama (https://titirangistoryteller.wordpress.com/2010/11/13/garden-variety-drama/) has wonContinue reading “Bundled”
On a scorching day in Antigua, high in the Guatemalan mountains, I could not help but notice both the proximity and the unbreachable gap between these two women. If not proof, certainly a strong indication that there are many universes running parallel to each other. Every so often they collide.
Apologies for being remiss in posting, but I’ve been knocked back by the flu – which kind I am not sure, but it’s nastiest thing to invade my nooks and crannies in 20 years. Thought I’d throw up a few of my favourite photos from Antigua, in Guatemala… the ancient and the modern live sideContinue reading “On the streets of Antigua”
I do know where the wanderlust comes from – spent my entire childhood with my head in a book, or more likely thousands of books all set in places more exotic or interesting than home. Tolstoy and Dostoevsky are ultimately responsible for this photo. And the ones I will take in Moscow one day. HopefullyContinue reading “Travelling again and again”