Mar
06

My #7SuperShots from a year of travel!

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  1. As always awesome photos Jaime! I especially like the one in the Sahara & the one with the guy standing up inthe middle of the crowd of people kneeling down praying. Thanks for tagging me!
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  2. Great photos, Jaime! The first one of the Sahara is my absolute favorite. I think you have more than one National Geographic-worthy shots there!
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    • Jaime Davila says:

      Thanks Ellen, yes it’s one of my favs too… Only if NatGeo knew what they were missing out on! On day I’ll get there… one day.

  3. Yezenia says:

    All of your photos are amazing! Totally National Geographic quality with the exception of photo 5..lol

  4. #4 really makes me think too – I wonder what her story is? She looks very pretty but why is still in the street with a baby? These are really cool shots – I could see #7 in National Geographic :)
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    • Yes Pat I would love to know too… I really wish I could find her again one day and hand her this photo. Oh & I wish… #7 made it in Nat Geo… I would love it too, but ahh I can dream.

  5. Love all the shots, I knew you were going to post some great photos!!! :)
    Photo #5 makes me drool too, LOL
    And of course I love the last picture about the prayer in Tahrir… I really miss it. Sometimes I think I am hearing the Adhan (the prayer chant) but then it’s just an illusion. Aw. :(
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    • Thanks Giulia for nominating me… I loved this lil project.

      Glad #5 makes a few of us drool… it’s just a hot steamy photo.

      I know what you mean about the prayer… & well Tahrir. I’ve been away Cairo a few days and miss it already.

  6. HAHAHAHA trust you to interpret photo number five that way, Jaime! LOL!

    Photo number 5 is my favourite – obviously – with photo number 4 a close second. Some great shots here :)
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    • I know I know I know… WT only I would ever interpret photo #5 like this, but ummmm I had no choice! Glad you liked it & #4… ahh love that photo, thanks!

  7. A range of photos as diverse as you are. The muted color if number 4 makes you “feel” the setting.
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  8. the last one gave me goosebumps… amazing photo… tells a great story as well

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