First Flight

  The baby birds have flown! Recently I posted about a mother bird who had nested in my flower box. In my last post, the baby birds were already full feathered, but still had not flown. I had mentioned how the mother had been cooing at them from the floor and that I thought she was trying to encourage flight. Well,…

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The Mother Bird

I have a new roommate. She has no name; for I haven't named her, but she is a mother.  From what I see, she is a single other, like me.  But then again, I could be wrong. I haven't asked, and I don't think she will tell. You see, my new roommate is a puertorican tortola. (Tortola cardosantera, Zenaida aurita.) A…

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Read more about the article Surf Photo Expedition (My first)
My friend Ricard Carbia rippin it.

Surf Photo Expedition (My first)

I went on my very first surf photo expedition yesterday. Yes! I have a brand new DSLR camera (bought it in November) and I just love it!!!! So I armed myself with the 300mm lens and went to Aviones beach; local metro area beach that usually has some sort of wave, although generally way too crowded. It was windy and cold…


La Ventana @ Utuado, Puerto Rico

Today we head north to Utuado, but we won't go to the usual spot in the area, The Camuy Caves... nope, today we head to another smaller cave with a spectacular view! "La Ventana" or "window" in English, is a short trip. Utuado is really close to Arecibo, neighboring towns, and you could do this trip on the same round as…

Read more about the article Taino Indian Cave @ Arecibo, Puerto Rico (La Cueva del Indio)
The fish had already cleaned the inside of theis crab shell.

Taino Indian Cave @ Arecibo, Puerto Rico (La Cueva del Indio)

Puerto Rico is filled with amazing sights; places you think only exist in travel commercials and movies! The minute you step out of the San Juan metro area, the island transforms into a magical place of retro time travel, friendly faces and a laid-back attitude. Time slows down and you can drive around the island in a day, but you…


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