walking to Barranco: a photo essay

A day in our traveling life, with camera at the ready….

Our daily walk one day started in Miraflores and ended in Barranco, an arty district of old, refined homes.

Our daily walk one day started in Miraflores and ended in Barranco, an arty district of old, refined homes.

As soon as we walked into Barranco, we crossed a bridge and looked down to the park. The public art we had hoped to see had already begun!

As soon as we walked into Barranco, we crossed a bridge and looked down to the park. The public art we had hoped to see had already begun!

We turned off the busy street to walk on a pedestrian path. The path led to a lookout high over the Pacific Ocean. The park area on either side of the path was on multiple levels with interesting flowers and plantings, more public art, and…

We turned off the busy street to walk on a pedestrian path. The path led to a lookout high over the Pacific Ocean. The park area on either side of the path was on multiple levels with interesting flowers and plantings, more public art, and…

…birds for us to watch, like these croaking doves.

…birds for us to watch, like these croaking doves.

he bird and art themes continued on a nearby street.

…the bird and art themes continued on a nearby street.

We headed for a little vegetarian café nearby. How like Barranco to approach space and objects from an artistic standpoint.

We headed for a little vegetarian café nearby. How like Barranco to approach space and objects from an artistic standpoint.

 

July 2016

 

 

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Beth and Joe enjoy simple travel.
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4 Responses to walking to Barranco: a photo essay

  1. It looks almost tropical. Is this neighborhood near where you are staying in Miraflores?

  2. Interesting photos! Love the recycle-art lights!

  3. It’s so interesting to see how others view the world. I really like this street art.

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