Ice Cubes On The Roof


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Photograph by Omar Upegui R.
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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

For several months I have been procrastrinating in shooting this odd-looking building which houses the Universidad Latina in Panama City.  It is a familiar building when I drive home.  It is interesting to find this….different architecture style.  I’m sure there are many more similar to this one in our jungle of cement, glass, and steel.

Good Day!

2 thoughts on “Ice Cubes On The Roof”

  1. Hi, Omar — I’m just home from my little mini-vacation, and I think ice cubes are going to be a good idea, no matter what form they take. Apparently, the heat of summer has arrived — we’ll be well in the 90s this week, with very high humidity. If those were real, I’d string my hammock between them!

    1. With summer sneaking in, I’m afraid you’re going to need a truckful of ice cubes to cool down the body. BTW, 32 degrees Celsius equivalent to 90 degrees Fahrenheit is normal in this part of the world. With our abundant rain, temperatures are falling down to comfortable levels. Humidity is also high in Panama, meaning you sweat a lot during a normal stroll.

      That hammock between ice cubes sure sounds like a good idea. 🙂

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