An extra day in Copan resulted in a group of us decide to go horseback riding. A van picks us up and takes us to a location where we saddle up and I begin taking single-handed photos, while my other hand grips the reign.
We ride into the small village of Los Sapos, where we are inundated with little girls selling corn-husk flowers. One of them, Helen, knows some English and starts taking photos with one of my group’s cameras, which leads another girl, Araceli, to want to give it a try. I end up buying Araceli’s flower and ride back down with it in my left-front pocket. I attempt a few more single-handed photos on the way back to town.
Photos taken July 2008 (Fuji FinePix S9000).
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