"En el mar la vida es más sabrosa," ¡Zih Señor!

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Monday, August 12, 2019, 13:28 (196 days ago)

Almost daily the love of my life and I stroll along the waterfront weaving between the droves of people mostly returning from Playa Las Gatas. It is always interesting to see the groups and the families and to overhear their comments and watch them taking photos and selfies. A couple of mature ladies were trying to take selfies in front of the statue of Tte. José Azueta in the plaza by the Sector Naval near the pier, so I offered to take their photos for them. Unfortunately it was late in the day and the brightish clouds in the sky meant that including the statue caused their camera to have a lot of glare and ruin the photo. So I cut out most of the statue and told the they could copy an image of it from my photos on my website, then after saying goodbye I checked my website and realized I didn't have the photo except hidden in Message Board posts from long ago. So as soon as I got back home I spent a few minutes adding the photo to my AREA PHOTOS pages. Oops. I hope they remember to check.

A huge storm looked like it was going to douse us yesterday evening and then... barely a sprinkle. Amazing.

And then there were TWENTY pilings piled in a pile. ;-)

The downtown beach was full of families right up until dark yesterday evening.