A Day in the Country Side
I live in the city. Not a big city, like a metropolitan area. More like a small coast side city. Where I can literally walk from my house to the beach. And I'm so used to living by the sea, breathing the salty beach air and feeling the hot sun on my face. Its very rear when I go up to the country side of Puerto Rico. And by up I mean literally going up to the mountains.
My family and I went to Adjuntas (1 of the 78 municipalities in PR). We went to spend the afternoon at this hotel called "Parador Villa Sotomayor". Its a small hotel that has cabins instead of rooms. It has a restaurant, bar, and a pool area. It even has a farm, with bunnies, sheeps, goats, chickens, and even a rain deer. They also have horses which you can ride (I've done it once and it was amazing).
The sun was blazing hot at home and on our way there it started to rain. It was raining so hard, like it were a storm. And the main reason we were going to the hotel was to get in the pool. Plus we also wanted stop at a really famous rope bridge that's located in the same town, and its near the hotel.
When we got there it was still raining but much less than how it was before. So we still went in and got in the pool. Even though the water was so cold, cause like it was raining and we were up in the mountains. But I still had a nice time in the pool.
Obviously I took my camera to take pictures of nature and stuff like that. But obviously I also took it so I could get picture of myself. One of my favorite things to photograph is nature. I took pictures of trees, flowers, grass, and the sky. I just feel that capturing the life of plants and simply the life of earth is amazing. I love taking pictures of God's creation.
I want to thank my cousin Tiffany for taking the pictures of me. I really wanted some pics of me in this beautiful place, and I had no one to help me. But she pulled through. I think it was her first time handling a professional camera, and she did great. I love how the pictures came out! Thank you so much Tiffany!
Published on 6/4/2107