Photo of the Week 139
Let’s start with the big news: I finally, finally started a Facebook fan page for Alex in Wanderland. Please pop by and say hi, and after you’ve pressed Like be sure to go to the drop down menu under Liked and press receive notifications. That way you’ll be sure to see my latest posts, travel photos, and behind-the-scenes updates. I’ve also added another entry to Tuesday’s giveaway for Facebook fans, so be sure to head back and give yourself another chance to win! We had a beautiful week relaxing in Boquete, Panama, where I caught up on work and made a little bit of time for exploring. But eventually, the sea called us back and today I write this from the backpacker hotspot of Bocas del Toro. With this chapter of my travels rapidly coming to a close I want to slow down and enjoy every last minute of Caribbean sun that I can before returning stateside. Photo AHiking to hidden waterfalls in Boquete Photo BFinally, finally getting to horseback ride on this trip! Photo CChasing a rainbow all over town Photo DMy favorite flower growing wild on the side of a hiking path Photo EBack to the beach in Bocas del Toro
Which photo is your favorite?
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photo B, such a cute horse! From that angle he looks like a tiny little thing
He did seem quite small… or maybe that’s just because Anders was riding him!
A….it’s hidden, but not now that you have photographed it for the world to see. Like all the others too but A is a cut above
Well, we weren’t quite the first discoverers 🙂 But they were named the “Lost Waterfalls!”
I must pick C: who can resist a rainbow?! Also, I listened to your interview with Jess the other day and really enjoyed it; so inspiring!
E because bocas is my favorite place on earth!!!
I am starting to see why 🙂 Loving it here!
Hi Alex! E is just amazing, but then again, they all are! Hard not to daydream about that beach, tho’,…
Sadly that was the last beautiful sunny day we’ve had. It’s been pretty gray and rainy since then… makes me love that photo all the more!
I am going to be different and choose D. It looks a beautiful flower and I love the way you caught the water as it is about to drop.
Thanks Steve! I love water droplets… I’m always taking photos of them.
Photo E that place looks like heaven
We are definitely enjoying winding down our travels here!
I am voting for D this week (it was a tough choice though.) It is so delicate and exquisite and again (like the school of fish last week) encapsulates that fleeting moment so perfectly!
Love that idea of a moment frozen in time. The water droplets definitely encapsulate that tension!
I like E the best – it looks like those photos you see on travel websites enticing you to hit the tropics when you are living in the thick of winter!
And if any of those travel websites are reading and would like to purchase some new photo rights… please see my contact page 🙂
On a grand scale, I have to pick C… gorgeous. On a micro scale, I love the detail and quiet moment of D.
And congrats on your fb page! I’ve liked. 🙂
Thank you Colleen! I dreaded starting one for so long and now that I’ve had it like 4 days I’m loving it. Ha!
C! That rainbow! Missing your great dive pics though (:
It’s pretty hard to get a dive in every week when you’re traveling in Latin America 🙂 Hopefully will have some next round!
E! I want to make it the background on my computer!
That is quite a compliment! If you email me I’ll send you the full res version so you can 🙂
I like D, the dewy flower! nice shot, Alex
Thanks Mita! It was a lucky catch!
Photo A is just so cool, but all of them are lovely.
Thanks Jamie! My goal is always to make it hard to choose 🙂