This photo was taken while visiting my beautiful Island of Borinquén that is called now Puerto Rico. Most of the tittle is in Spanish because it wouldn't sound the same in English, but' Jíbaro' is a farmer who grows in his own farm and 'Borinqueño' is also called a person that was born in Puerto Rico. This was at my grandmother's work field where I spent most of my childhood. I asked my uncle if he could pose a little with his "machete" in one hand and a whole branch of green bananas on his other. A very traditional phoyograph of a Jibaro Borinqueño.
I believe this flower is very special, because it was the only one of its kind, plus it was at a garden where I used to live as a child. Took this photo on a small trip I made to a Paradise called Puerto Rico. I like how the long part of the flower which is called the pistil is touching right on the edge line of the photograph.
This flower I found while hiking on my way to a spring in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. There wasn’t many flowers, just a few of this same kind but I thought it would be a good picture with a close up. It took me like a ten minute walk to get to these flowers and the spring, but when I finally got there I dive right in.