One of my favorite subjects in photography are people and faces. They say so much without words. Specially faces of old people or faces of very young children. When I visited the Coastal Strip on December 8, 2009, I looked around for interesting faces to share with you. I found a face of a young girl painted like a cat which was particularly attractive. I also observed our grandnephews for new facial expressions. They are an inspiration to us, as you probably would have noticed.
Please share with me today, some of the people and faces observed at the Coastal Strip on December 8, 2009. Here we go.
A young kitty-girl present at the Coastal Strip waiting for the lighting of a tall Christmas tree. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
Anonymous faces anxiously waiting for the lighting of a Christmas tree at the Coastal Strip in Panama City, Panama on December 8, 2009. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
Two beautiful Digitel assistants distribute promotional balloons to the children present at the Coastal Strip. These gorgeous faces almost melted down my Birthday camera. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
Are you looking at me? Carol tastes a caramelized Apple at Panama's Coastal Strip on December 8, 2009. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
Abdiel takes a big bite at a bright red sweetened apple at the Coastal Strip. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
A penny for your thoughts? Abdiel and Carol take a break after monkeying for a while at the Coastal Strip. (Credit: ©Omar Upegui R.)
As you can see, people look more or less the same all over the world. Panama is no exception. People—specially children—are fascinating subjects to photograph. It was a most enjoyable evening at the Coastal Strip. Good Day.
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