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

Main Street, Puerto Escondido, Mexico Tote Bag

Designed and sold by photosbytony
$86.64
$73.64 when you buy any 2+
$73.64 when you buy any 2+
Style
All Over Print
Size
$86.64

Product features

  • Totes deluxe. Sturdy and stylish with a vivid double-sided print
  • Available in three sizes: check the size chart to find the right one for you
  • Durable 100% polyester shell
  • Super strong cotton shoulder straps are 1" (2.5cm) wide and 21" (68cm) long for Small bags, 28" (71 cm) long for Medium bags, and 29" (74 cm) long for Large bags
  • Bright, long-lasting, double-sided design, sublimation printed for you when you order
  • Gentle machine wash
  • Looking for something more lightweight? Try the Cotton Tote Bag
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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