Syndic No.9
Syndic Literary Journal

Photography: “A Taste of Central America” by Mel Solomon

PHOTOGRAPHER, MEL SOLOMON, SHOOTING NORTH BEACH LANDMARKS

A Taste of Central America

by

Mel Solomon

Background

My last photo shoot brought me to five countries in Central America,  during the month of October 2012. I visited Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Aruba.  With the magic of digital photography I was able to shoot close to 9,000 images from which I selected 450 for my permanent collection.

The images shown in Syndic No.9 reflect some of the color and beauty of the countries I visited.  — Mel Solomon/ www.melsolomon photography.com

SUNRISE, CABO SAN LUCAS

SUNRISE, CABO SAN LUCAS

MT. FUEGO, ANTIGUA

MT. FUEGO, ANTIGUA

PEEKING OSTRICH, ARUBA

PEEKING OSTRICH, ARUBA

GOLDEN ORB WEAVER SPIDER, COSTA RICA

GOLDEN ORB WEAVER SPIDER, COSTA RICA

BUTTERFLY FARM, ARUBA

BUTTERFLY FARM, ARUBA

FLOWER, PUERTO CALDERA

FLOWER, PUERTO CALDERA

LOCAL ARTIST INSTALLATION, TODOS SANTOS

LOCAL ARTIST INSTALLATION, TODOS SANTOS

92 YEAR-OLD WOMAN MAKING TORTILLAS, HUATULCO

92 YEAR-OLD WOMAN MAKING TORTILLAS, HUATULCO

LOCAL RESTAURANT, TODOS SANTOS

LOCAL RESTAURANT, TODOS SANTOS

VILLAGE STREET, NEAR ANTIGUA

VILLAGE STREET, NEAR ANTIGUA

TRADITIONAL CEMETERY, ARUBA

TRADITIONAL CEMETERY, ARUBA

Authors/Artists Bios

Mel Solomon, a professional photographer, has lived in San Francisco’s North Beach since 2004, and focuses primarily on landscape and architecture photography. In years prior, his work took him to many countries within the African Continent, Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia where his photographs have been displayed in galleries and museums. Mr. Solomon can be reached at 650-302-4766 or contacted by email at: mpsol@mac.com or via his website at: www.melsolomonphotography.com
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