I couldn't tell if he was a DILF (yes, I would), or an older brother/cousin to the kid. He had a really nice body though!DILF? Ummmmm
So this was the visit I popped my 'eat at the mercado' cherry. The food was good, the prices were crazy low - and I'm sure that hot sauce would burn through a plastic container!
Pastol - here's one for you. Couldn't get a good shot of him without being too obvious though
What I did this summer . . .
Posted 24 July 2013 - 08:30 PM
Posted 24 July 2013 - 08:33 PM
There's ice under the chickens. But it's about 85 - 90 degrees in the market, so unless they're turning those chickens frequently, I don't think I'd want to try my luck by eating oneI can just imagine the massive corinary that local health inspectors here in the states would have upon seeing all those chickens laid out in the open like that, especially with no refrigeration (it appears) :blink:
LOVE the pics! The freezer unplugged shot is fucking scary as hell! All those chickens are just laying out there waiting to be bought. :blink:
Posted 24 July 2013 - 08:37 PM
Thanks! For every one of the night shots, I have nine that are blurry - and I was using a tripod
Beautiful pictures. The first too are simply amazing in their color and detail.
I had similar thoughts about all that meat out in the open like that. :unsure:
The church is spectacular.
What's your camera... like the panoramic, mine does that I just haven't learned how to do it yet.
More pics please.
The camera is a Sony A65. I only went with Sony because they took over for Minolta and still use the same lens mount. I've got a bunch of Minolta lenses that I can still use. Panoramic mode takes several shots as you move the camera from left to right - then it stitches them together. Could do it in photoshop, but much easier in-camera. Plus, it has an occasional hiccup that comes out funny.
No more pics! You have to go with me next year if you want to see more!
Posted 24 July 2013 - 09:30 PM
Posted 24 July 2013 - 10:09 PM
I'm going to Puerto Vallarta in November My nephew and his girlfriend are going with - otherwise I'd invite ...
I would want to go to Mexico in the middle of our long cold Ohio winters...lol
When my sister and I went to Oahu in 2008, we went in January to escape winter, mine here in Ohio and hers in New York. One of the days while we were there I called the neighbor lady cause she was watching my house and feeding my cat. She told me in was 72 F that day.
The PV timeshare is a floating week - I think I'm either going to try to keep booking November, or try for the week before/after Christmas so I can add a couple of days on at Christmas in Phoenix with my Aunt.
And I've got an every even year use timeshare in South Lake Tahoe. Currently booked for a week in April, 2014 - but my employer shuts down for a week around that time every year - when I find out exactly when that is I might change the reservation so it matches.
I think I'm maxed out on timeshares
Posted 25 July 2013 - 07:11 PM
Myrtle Beach is fun! The Hard Rock Cafe is shaped like an Egyptian pyramid and the whole boardwalk area is awesome. I grew up seven miles south at Surfside beach and have family at Merrill's Inlet just south of that. I'd love to go down when you do so we could meet! :whole waving:
Actually, my sister usually rents a condo or a suite in a resort in Myrtle Beach in the early spring, and she's talking about bringing me with her next year cause I've never been there!
Life's too short to miss an opportunity to show your love and affection.
Posted 10 October 2013 - 03:42 AM
Foraging for mushrooms. We made out like bandits!
Watching the native americans net fish
More net fishing
WAY too much wine (we visited multiple wineries and vineyards)
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