Horses. Planes. Streets. Caribbean.
Yesterday I spent the day in La Ceiba with great friends getting special grocery items, trying to take care of internet contracts, eating Sushi and taking in the unique, primitive ways of Honduran culture. Sometimes you just have to get off the island and get refreshed. One of these days I want to spend the day in La Ceiba just photographing the culture because it is definitely unique and different to living in the United States. The image I included below is an obvious one.
I had the privilege of flying over to the mainland which was a smooth 15 minute ride compared to a 60 minute rough ride on the ferry. On the way back to the island I had a little space out my window to capture the harbor. Getting an aerial view of this island brings a greater perspective of just how small and beautiful it is. I am grateful to live here at this time in my life!
Look at the artful way the young man is holding the reins as he stands on the narrow rails. He was chirping to the horse as he guided him up the street to the traffic light. The horse was very responsive to the commands, whether voice or reins. Impressive, especially with busy city commotion all around them.
I love the mix of people, horses, cars, and other modes of transportation. Great pictures!
Great observations, Jeanne! Thank you!