C a r a c a s (I)

Haciendo tiempo. Killing time.
By Clementina Lima.

Complicada, querida y malquerida.
Maltratadora. Maltratada.

Caracas tiene su luz, y sus colores.
Guacamayas que atraviesan el cielo a las 5 de la tarde.
Muchos rostros. Sonidos.
Mucha gente haciendo cosas. Gente que mira mucho. Gente parlanchina.

Caracas está de cumpleaños. Ella tiene su gracia y a veces la porta.
A veces está allí y pasa inadvertida.
A veces apabulla.

Caracas ha sido el lugar desde donde soñamos, con mucha intensidad, nuestros más recientes sueños.

Por esto y más, islandiacaravan le rinde un modesto homenaje con esta y otras exposiciones por venir. Si te quieres unir al homenaje escribe a clementinalimalimon@gmail.com.

Caracas.

Complicated. Loved, badly loved.
Mistreated. Abusive.

Caracas has her own light, her colors.
Macaws crossing the sky at 5pm.
Many faces. Sounds.
Many people doing things. People that stare a lot. Talkative people.

It is her birthday. She has her own grace and sometime even gets to wear it.
Sometimes her grace is there and is left unnoticed.
Sometimes Caracas is overwhelming.

Caracas has been the place from where we have dreamt, very intensively, our latest dreams.

For these and other reasons, islandiacaravan pays a modest tribute to Caracas through this exhibit and others to come. If you want to join in the tribute please write to clementinalimalimon@gmail.com.

Vendedor de café. Coffee Seller. Al lado de la Catedral. Beside the cathedral.
By Clementina Lima

Campaña.Campaign.
By Clementina Lima

Marionetas. Plaza El Venezolano.
By Clementina Lima

Sellers. Vendedores.
By Clementina Lima

Pasillo al 23 de Enero. Path to the 23 de Enero.
By Clementina Lima

Vendiendo con estilo. Esq. San Jacinto.
By Clementina Lima

El cielo de la Catedral. The Cathedral’s sky.
By Clementina Lima

Patinetero. Skater. Av. Urdaneta.
By Clementina Lima

Fotografiando burbujas. Photographing bubbles.
By Clementina Lima

Street Seller. Vendedor. Plaza Bolívar.
By Clementina Lima

The photographer. La fotógrafa. Plaza el Venezolano.
By Clementina Lima

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