Transmogrify
Oct31

Transmogrify

I’m a Calvin and Hobbes fan and I loved the stories with the transmogrifier but I find pretty difficult to express such an imaginative invent, source of wonderful adventures in photos. Today I went to an outing and saw a lake and began to think that water transmogrify images. This is my proposal for this week challenge: Weekly Photo Challenge :...

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Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Houses
Oct25

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Houses

These are typical houses in the coast of the Basque Country looking to the Ocean. I took the first pic during a visit to Getaria. I found it interesting the old small ruined house, embedded in the big and neat white and blue building. The second image is from Bakio, where the hills fall to the sea and all is vertical, like these narrow colourful houses. These two other images show the typical houses in the mountainous region of...

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Shine
Oct22

Shine

Shine

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Really Urgent

I’ve spent the whole day in the ER with my ailing and paralytic mom. We arrived with urgency at 10 a.m. Nothing could be more urgent for me than be close to her. She’s sleeping now in a hospital room. Several serum dropper are giving her the medication she needs. I love her so much that is very difficult to me see her suffering. At least I have the luck to care her and try to put the balsam of my love to relieve her pain....

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Flattery: who is who
Oct10

Flattery: who is who

Having spend most of my life working as a reporter I have heard lots of insults and few praises. People like to call us vultures. Because we gather wherever something newsworthy happens. And we began to ask difficult, uneasy questions, in order to collect the information we need to report. It’s true that there are reporters without ethics who can turn a tragedy in a show or a circus because they are a sensationalistic who only...

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