Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

A yawning metropolis starts to wake up on a lazy Sunday morning.  The shot was taken circa 06:00 a.m.  During the short drive from my home to the Panama Bay, only met a few early birds—all the rest were resting on the arms of Morpheus.

It was a very serene scene that early morning.

Good Day!

2 thoughts on “Tranquility”

  1. Simplicity, Turmoil, Tranquility.
    Omar, you have me on a roller coaster! haha This is like being a bombero: everything goes from calm, to panic, then back to calm. I love the mix of colors and black and white. Today’s generations don’t appreciate the directness of black and white images, they are dazzled with the colors and sometimes miss the meaning.

    1. Hola Jim and Nena:

      That is what life is all about. Ups and downs, and then more ups and downs. It is what makes the journey so exciting. You never know know what is around the turn of the road.

      Jim, I enjoy color pictures as much as monochrome ones. Each has its own charm. Color excites sore eyes almost everytime, whereas monochrome pictures adds drama to the scene. As my learning curve continues, I’ll play with these two genres of photography.

      I think the young generaqtion appreciate more color photographs because that is what they usually get when they take pictures with their cellphones. Nowadays almost everybody is a color-picture photographer. The latest Apple 7 phone has two amazing cameras similar to professional cameras. Certainly we are living in a most exciting technological times. I’m afraid the roller coaster ride, is just beginning. Put on your safety belts on because the train is leaving the platform. Enjoy! 🙂

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