I wonder… by LiliaAlvarado


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Surreal Bali by danyeidphotography

From Sanur beach in Bali, a outsdaning location to capture such a stunning sunrise with reflection, i was very lucky to have a dramatic clouds that day. so i decided to lock my shutter speed at 1 seconds since i want to document the moment as it is without any long exposure effect.

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Serendtripity by anemuslux

The travels of the Serendtripity

El capitán del Serendtripity, don Tomás, un griego líquido e hipnótico al que le jodía más lo de no acordarse de haber nacido que lo de morir ahogado, me habló numerosas veces de un curioso fenomeno: la hipotenusa de su vela se enfadaba con sus dos amantes porque eran unos catetos. Entonces el viento se percataba de este desaire y se quedaba quieto y enredado en la pura lindez de la hipotenusa.

Los dos catetos de la vela, para hacerle ver a la hipotenusa que este desaire suyo les importaba un comino, se liaban con la mera superficie del agua en una competición absurda por ver cuál de ellos se adentraba más en la mar.

Para don Tomás, sin embargo, había llegado, simplemente, el momento de abrir otra garrafa de chicha con limoná.

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