"Las Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastian" is a cultural event celebrated the third weekend of January in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico; and for me this event means hard work. As you may know, I'm an artisan, and this event represents an important opportunity to exhibit and sell my art work. But this year I decided to take a moment to go outside the fair and celebrate with the people our culture, and capture some special moments from inside the crowd.
This photo series takes you to my walk from Calle San Francisco, going up in Calle de La Cruz to Calle San Sebastian, finishing at Cuartel de Ballajá where the art fair always take place. Stopping at La Mallorca, my favorite place, for a good traditional breakfast. This is my third photography blog about this event. I used only one lens in this series, a wide angle Tamron f/2.8 15-30 mm with a Nikon D750 body.
Here are the links of the other two blogs in case you want to check it out. Enjoy!
South Dakota: Landscape treasure
Four days in Chicago
A trip to Utah-Arches National Park in Moab
A trip to Utah-Canyonlands in Moab
A trip to Utah-Deadhorse State Park and La sal Loop Road
A trio To Utah Bear River Migratory bird Rafuge and Antelope Island State Park
Colorado Monument National Park
Black Canyon of the Gunnison NPS- A geologic jewel
Between the forest and the sea-Acadia National Park
Un día en Cape Cod