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Thumbnail 1 of 2, Postcard, Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico designed and sold by photosbytony.
Thumbnail 2 of 2, Postcard, Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico designed and sold by photosbytony.
Postcard, Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico designed and sold by photosbytony

Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico Postcard

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  • Unique artwork for posting words of wisdom or decorating your wall, fridge or office
  • Digitally printed cards on heavyweight stock
  • Uncoated reverse provides a superior writing surface
Artwork thumbnail, Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico by photosbytony
Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico
Ceasaria Evora most famous song "Saudade" It is a unique Gallacian-Portuguese word that has no immediate translation in English. Saudade describes a deep emotional state of nostalgic longing. It may also be translated as a deep longing or yearning for something that does not exist or is unattainable. youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERYY8GJ-i0I&feature=related 1290 views and 28 Favorites as of 3/15/13 Featured in "The Human Condition" 4/25/11 Featured in "The Weekend Photographer" 5/8/11 Featured in "JPEG Cast-Offs" 5/16/11 Featured in "People at Work" 7/17/11 Featured in "BLACK & WHITE ENTHUSIASTS" 7/29/11 Featured in "Life in the City, Suburbs or Bush" 8/1/12 Featured in "Shutterbugs" 11/4/12 Featured in "Superbly Visual" 11/4/12 I hitchhiked and bussed around Mexico for two weeks while living there. At one point I ended up in Puerto Escondido, one 6 room motel on the beach, few tourists, no paved roads, beautiful beach on a small harbor, wonderful people and you could pick out your fish from the fishermen as they returned with their catch, tag along to the restaurant and have it prepared, Paradise!! I rented a space in a perfect grove of palm trees bewteen four palm trees with a hammock hung diagonally which is where I slept. Outdoor shower and toilet for fifty cents a night. It was hard to leave. Early 70's. 101 Views as of 5/16/11 Nikkormat, probably a 50 mm lens, maybe 35, I carried a 35, 50 and 100. Tri-X scanned

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