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Jamás pensó que llegaría el día en el que un número determinara a qué hora del día podría salir y que su tiempo en el exterior tendría caducidad.
Observa al horizonte y evalúa sus opciones, con nostalgia recuerda sus recorridos por la ciudad, nunca pensó que aquellos momentos tendrían tanta relevancia.
A la distancia escucha la voz de un desesperado hombre, agotado por el encierro. Quizás su único momento de paz lo tenga al ser ingresado en una celda por violar la orden del toque de queda.
Quizás finalmente descanse del escándalo familiar.
Never thought the day would come when a number would determine what time he could leave and must return. Nostalgically remember your tours of the city, never thought that those moments would be so relevant.
In the distance he hears the voice of a desperate man, exhausted by confinement. Perhaps his only moment of peace is when he is entered into a cell for violating the curfew.
Mr. Teodoro has been living in a small space in a building at the Victoriano Lorenzo Street in Casco Viejo, Panama. He used to live in a smaller space in a building in front of his current home, but that building was demolished to give way to the construction of a new project.
Location: Casco Viejo, Panama
Date: November 9th, 2014
Colón is one of the places where you can still see this type of buses driving around the city. The recent investments in public transportation in Panama City represented the extinction of these buses, generally called 'Diablos Rojos' (Red Devils).
Location: Colon, Panama
Date: July 27th, 2013
Part of a series of photos I made at home, exploring with the atmospheric effect of light and shadows and their interplay with architectural components and surrounding spaces.
We used to live in an apartment in the center of Panama City, but since the end of 2012 we moved to a wooden house in a place known as Diablo Heights, close to the Balboa Port. Being an architect, and having an interest in the perception of space in different projects, living in this house has been a very special.
The Daily Commute Routine
Metro de Panamá, Línea 01, Panamá
This week we have been blessed by the flowering of many Roble trees, coloring some parts of the city with their shades of white, pink and violet.
I met this fisherman at the now extinct "Muelle Fiscal" (an old harbour) that was located in what we used to know as the "Terraplén".
Location: Muelle Fiscal, Terraplén, Casco Viejo, Panamá
Date: April 4th, 2010
Belinda and Roger. She claims that Roger is her husband, at first he was reluctant and doubtful, but then she touched his face and he smiled.
This man used to be a photographer, he told me when I asked him if I could photograph him. With a Colombian accent he told me he is known as Guillermo everywhere with the exception of Mexico where he is known as Juan. After making his portrait he asked me "when is the photo coming out?", I showed him the photo from the camera display and he laughed. Before leaving he asked me for some cash to feed his "children, woman and virtual women"
The islands could become uninhabitable by sea level rise in the late 21st century.
The San Blas Islands of Panama is an archipelago consist of approximately 365 pristine islands and cays, of which only 49 are inhabited. They lie along the Caribbean coast of Panama, east of the Panama Canal, and are home to the Kuna Indians.
I met this fisherman last weekend near Veracruz, during our short conversation he told me that he is a sailor and enjoys making photos of dolphins, whales and marlins when he is offshore.
This is probably the coolest cat we've ever met, we don't know his name but to us he is Miau. Sometimes this dude likes to sleep on top of our car or on top of our washing machine.
"Today, an American develops Alzheimer's disease every 68 seconds. In 2050, an American will develop the disease every 33 seconds... Deaths from Alzheimer's increased 68 percent between 2000 and 2010, while deaths from other major diseases, including the number one cause of death (heart disease), decreased."
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