A heavy day… I almost didn’t sleep to finish a project, after that I went to pick up a jeans and a correction of my glasses but I had to cross marches of protesters for the right of life (they are Catholics) there was Mickey Mouse selling balloons but he was tired for the heat of the desert as well. When I get to the places one was closed and the other, the tailor lady, told me to come back please the Monday. Of course I understand that things happen so I went to lunch. I called another customer to take measures of his property so I had to take a bus to almost the border of the city, where you walk in streets without asphalt and the trucks are passing almost touching you, and where the markets still sell old food.
I walked a bit and went to another market to buy cheese and apples, and a kind of bread I like so much, after that in home to make my work-out and finally time to publish in WordPress. :D
Can you spot the nereid princess? ;-)
I could run, but I couldn’t know the why or to where. The fox in “The Little Prince” was right. :T
Podría correr, pero no sabría el por qué o el adónde. El zorro de “El Principito” estaba en lo cierto…
Una paz azul en tu mirada.
I love to walk in the shores of Ilo city, it’s quite fantastic to be so close to the sea!!! I hope it brings to you the same happiness as it gives to me.
Adoro caminar en las orillas de Ilo, ¡¡¡es fantástico estar tan cerca al mar!!! Espero que te de la misma felicidad que me da a mi.
Today WordPress told me, with a notification, that I now have five years as a registered user. Funny thing is I never did it, it was Microsoft that gave up to our spaces and left us here. xD
I liked so much the vast blue waters and the contrast with the little golden shoe for some reason…
Supuestamente estoy en WordPress ya cinco años; lo chistoso es que yo nunca me registré aquí. .-. lel!
Me gustó mucho el azul del mar y el contraste con el zapatito dorado…
That element, standing in the middle right, seemed to me like a kind of head: stubborn in challenge the sea. A sunny morning entertained into ripping off gleams to the sea.
Ese elemento, en el medio a la derecha, me parecía como una especie de cabeza: terco en enfrentar al mar. Una mañana soleada que se entretiente arrancando destellos al mar.
There was an old civilization here, in the coast near Ilo city in the Peruvian south. Those ancient people cared this specific place as a sacred soil. Usually our myths in Peru are similar so I can imagine the white island (I think it’s an island) as a visitor from distant worlds, or a woman cheated by a lord of power that in her despair was received by the sea and turned in that way to never been forgotten.
The civilization disappeared thousands of years ago but even now the place exerts a fascination, a charm, in me as well…
The promise of a sea beyond the desert.
Once I published a fragment of this photograph of the sea in Ilo city with the colors altered; I transformed the turquoise sea into a blue icy one and the rocks in a pink from another world.
If you have curiosity the post is here.
I was not sure about posting this photograph with the rest of the pareidolia theme. The cactus at the right in the foreground seems to me a hand, but the shape is so similar that I don’t think it’s pareidolia anymore but an analogy.
This sanctuary is old but always seems to be a living creature… sleeping, breathing. Its thoughts flying in the dense sky: prophecies blending with dreams in the mist.