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This is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp ThingThis is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp ThingThis is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp ThingThis is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp ThingThis is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp ThingThis is an animated loop of images that I took of my crazy sister Michele jumping out of an empty fountain.  Kinda reminds me of Swamp Thing
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Frida Kahlo´s Casa Azul 06 :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul 06
Trombone Catching :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Trombone Catching  I loved watching these kids trying to catch the slider of this trombone.  When the musician saw the kids lacking a little interest, he would lower the slider just within reach, and then when they jumped at it, he would raise it up again.
La Mandala 9 :: Mérida, México :: © 2002 Patrick Esmonde
La Mandala 9
La Mandala 8 :: Mérida, México :: © 2002 Patrick Esmonde
La Mandala 8
2nd Class Bus Party :: Yucatán, México :: © 2002 Patrick Esmonde
2nd Class Bus Party  On the way back from Chichen Itza, the only bus that would pick us up on the side of the road was a 2nd class bus.  They will stop for virtually anyone and anything... including people carrying their animals/dinner with them. After talking with the gentleman in the photo for a few minutes, we learned that he was a professional musician on his way to a gig.  He immediately pulled out his guitar and started jamming solo.  This prompted the entire bus (including some Italian tourists) to start singing, clapping, and laughing.  Even the bus driver was singing along! It was good fun and I swore never to take a first-class (gringo) bus the next time I was in Mexico.

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