Here are some more Pictures of the Day from earlier in January. Some of them have already been posted as part of my weekly picture projects, but others haven’t. Either way, I hope you like them!
January 6th: The roof of the terminal at Denver International Airport. I started a new photo project with my aunt Kris and her friend Janey where we take up to three pictures related to a specific topic each week and then compare the results. This week’s topic was “architecture,” so I focused on the lighting at different airports, since I was traveling a lot that week.
January 7th: The lighting at Juan Santamaria International Airport, in San Jose, Costa Rica.
January 8th: Running out of time in the day, one often takes a picture of one’s camera accessories in order to get a Picture of the Day.
January 9th: My sister-in-law Teresa working in her kitchen. The topic for my side photo project this week was “backlighting.” Teresa and Ramon invited Angela and I over for lunch, and it was delicious!
January 10th: The church in San Rafael, the town between Berlin and San Ramon.
January 11th: Some fake fruit that we can use in our classes. What can we use it FOR, you ask? For fruit simulation, of course.
January 12th: We went to a 9-day funeral anniversary (a “novenario”) in Berlin for my sister-in-law’s husband’s dad. His name was Jose Maria and although I only met him once, he was really nice. So, nine days after a funeral, they pray again, and Angela and I went to the mass. Afterwards, there was an amazing sunset from Berlin, so I took some pictures.
January 13th: The George/Jorge Washington Elementary School in San Ramon, looking like it came out of the alternative version of Hill Valley, 1985.
January 14th: Some trees on a road in Guanacaste. I now teach a class in a different part of the Guanacaste province, but it’s still a nice drive.
January 15th: Our lovely niece Kati. She came over to see some handbags that Angela had brought back from the US, and I asked her if I could get a few pictures of her with different light. She was standing in the hallway with the sunset light coming in through the back of the house. I was sitting at my desk. What can I say, when you get a good opportunity for a Picture of the Day and you don’t even have to stand up, you go for it! Thanks, Kati!
That’s it for the moment. I’m also uploading some more pictures right now, so I’ll try to get completely caught up as soon as possible. Thanks for reading!
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