Visiting Panama City’s Unesco site Casco Viejo - Visiting Panama City’s Unesco site Casco Viejo Panama City’s historic district called Casco Viejo juts out into a Peninsula in Panama bay with stunning...
Friday, April 16, 2010
Its just morning time and the clouds are still dense, but the sun is stretching out to the sky and wanting to break open through a small opening and showering warm rays on the still quiet corner of Whittington Beach in the southern part of the island.
The light reflecting off the dark silhouette trees onto a tranquil fish pond used by the ancient people to feed her people.
I just woke up early enough to see a magical moment and capture the waters reflecting a double sun image into this magic fish pond.
Aaaah, its going to be another windy day and I’m hopeful that it will be sunny enough for me to take out a kayak or even snorkel in her beautiful ponds and hopefully find some underwater gems.
I’m just glad to have a sweet spot to camp close to the ocean and watch the day unfold and enjoy the company of friends.
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