It's been a while since I’ve posted here in the blog; I’ve been busy with life, work and family. As much as I love taking pictures its still only a hobby for me, something I do to relax and have fun. I started here for the criticism, to see if my images were good enough to be included here and to my surprise I’ve even had quite a few sales.Still, I know I have a lot to learn. I took these images while walking around the bay of Old San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico, where I live.... continue reading
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My new collection includes pictures of celebrities' waxworks that you can mainly find in one of the many Madame Tussauds museums around the world.Let me know if you want to include some of your pics.WAX CELEBRITIESBest,Chicco continue reading
My first editorial image was accepted today. It's one of a series of 20 new statues in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Phanatic is the mascot for the Philadelphia Phillies (winners of the 2008 World Series!!). This year, 20 of these Phanatic statues were created and are displayed all over the city. At the end of the baseball season, they are each going to be raffled off and the money will be donated to charity. This particular statue shows the Phanatic dressed as Benjamin... continue reading
I had the pleasure of recently traveling to Paris on business. A few months ago I was able to be in NYC on business.In both cases, I was able to get some good pictures of Mr. Eiffel's creations: The Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower.Thought you might enjoy: continue reading
Ancient statue of the gan-yin (Avalokite svara) with thousands of hands in Sichuan province, China. It is goddess of mercy in Buddhism. Below is the burning joss sticks by buddhism believers.With 21 young deaf-mute performers, the dance featured the 1,000-hand gan-yin, goddess of mercy in Buddhism. It required all the dancers to perform in sync as one being in rhythm with the music. Without the ability to hear or speak, these dancers achieved the feat through signs. continue reading
Thank you for visiting my blog. I'm not sure what you'll find here. Maybe I'll include a little bit of information on some of the photos I've shot, my feelings, the setting, etc.For example:My son and I have little adventures at the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas. We saw a path going up a hill overgrown with brush and hackberry trees. We made our way through the tangle of thorns and scrub brush with very few cuts and prickles. At the top we saw something emerge and we couldn't... continue reading
The Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele is an opera house and opera company too. It is located on the Piazza Verdi in Palermo (Sicily), and It was dedicated to King Victor Emanuel II. It was built by the architect Giovanni Battista Filippo Basile, and after his death 1891, by his son Ernesto Basile. The Teatro Massimo was designed in the high neoclassic style and it is the largest theatre in Italy and the third largest opera house in Europe. continue reading
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