jueves, septiembre 07, 2006

The Rainbow

Always Urban Always

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When I see these photos, when I see my environment, my surrounding life, I understand I always be an urban person, but an urban man that misses Natura, for that reason I caught that rainbow in the photo. This street is near to mine, and the furthest bulding with the green tank on the top is the beer company of my city. Peruvian men like beer too much, nobody can say the contrary. I am only a socially drinker.

Soundtrack: "Ni un día más" - Jerau

6 comentarios:

Cristina dijo...

Un beso de la naturaleza.

Richard dijo...

Rainbows are hard top capture well in a photograph. I have tried many times and they are never as vibrant as they appear to the naked eye.

I think men everywhere enjoy beer (and alcohol) too much. I find it interesting to wonder why people feel such strong desire to consume intoxicants (whether alcohol or other substances).

Of course, Cristal does a lot of advertising in Peru. The three most popular advertisements I noticed when I was in Peru were: (1) Cristal, (2) Inca Cola, (3) Alan Garcia.

Driving form Lima to Ica, sometimes there were kilometers of wall along the road advertising Cristal.

I love nature, I love green plants and blue skies. I lived for 3 years in the country and it was not as romantically fulfilling as I had hoped - you are trapped and isolated. It is much better to live in a city with lots of green spaces (like Ottawa).

Run Around Paris dijo...

You captured a rainbow - good for you! It makes a lovely photo!

santy dijo...

wow, how pretty! I haven't got the chance to picture a rainbow.

Neorelix dijo...

And the treasure at the foot of the rainbow - Beer! I Have to admit to enjoying it too...

phlegmfatale dijo...

I love the rainbow with the city scape - just like birds building a nest inside a store sign - nature has a way of reminding us it is bigger than we are and that it is always ready to step in and take over our surroundings. I find that a comforting thought, even as I am a city dweller, too. Lovely blog!