Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Photo-essay: Enamoured, Ecuador

I was driving home on the congested Toronto highway today when my mind drifted towards the vibrant colours of Ecuador. Before me stood kilometers of dusty cars, winter worn pot-holed roads, and cold weather that has beaten down a population of otherwise cheery folks...for months on end.

I thought, maybe I'll glance at a photo or two when I get home, it's been a while. Then I thought, maybe I'll post a "photo-essay," seeing as I've never truly done that on my blog before. So, here it is. This is my story of Ecuador in photographs. And, if a picture is worth a thousand words, than this is the fastest I've written 20,000 words in my life.

Quito's Madonna on El Panecillo Hill

Mt. Chimborazo

Cathedral of Quito

Chimborazo Province


Lakes of Ozogoche


Sheering sheep alongside the Sumak Awana Women's Group


Home sweet home in Pacaritombo

Quality time with one of Ecuador's famous guinea pigs near Mt. Chimborazo

Chimborazo Province

Chimborazo Province

San Miguel

Chimborazo Province

Building with the Maestro - San Miguel

An array of Ecuadorian delights

Getting stitched up in Riobamba after an old sink collapsed on me at a Hacienda called Tortorillas


Hasta Luego.

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