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Old Nov 13, 2012, 8:43 AM   #1
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1. The Basilica






2. After the rain




3. After the rain (2)




4. The Basilica Panoramic





5. The barber shop







6. Close up at the barber shop.





7. Can't find a subject for this one






8. Feeding the pigeons




9. Homeless Singer





10. They posed for my camera







I hope you enjoyed the tour.


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Old Nov 13, 2012, 11:02 AM   #2
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Excellent photo's Marcelo. Great combination of shots to give the flavour of the city and people. You're rivaling Harj.. with your street shots.
Composition, sharpness, choice of lenses are spot on.
Thanks for sharing.
Always wanted to get down there and have friends here who are from Quito. Never mind, I'm off to Mexico next Monday....HA!
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Haven't been to Quito, only to Manta. However, I'm really enjoying your travelogues. They capture the flavor of the locales and the people extremely well!
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The hits just keep on coming. Another interesting series of well done photography. Interesting place, interesting people, and interesting photos. Well done, Marcelo.
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Excellent photo's Marcelo. Great combination of shots to give the flavour of the city and people. You're rivaling Harj.. with your street shots.
Composition, sharpness, choice of lenses are spot on.
Thanks for sharing.
Always wanted to get down there and have friends here who are from Quito. Never mind, I'm off to Mexico next Monday....HA!
Hi Ken,

Thank you for the feedback and the kind words, you should visit Ecuador, it is a beautiful country with a diversity of weather and landscapes.

Enjoy your trip to Mexico.

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Haven't been to Quito, only to Manta. However, I'm really enjoying your travelogues. They capture the flavor of the locales and the people extremely well!
Thank you Greg,

I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures.

I visited Manta last December after 10 years and it is a beautiful city.

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Some fab pics.. the one of the kids .. with the bird feed and then the last are pretty special in my book..
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Really great pictures you made Marcello!
And thanks for leaving all the exif settings visible in your pictures.
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The hits just keep on coming. Another interesting series of well done photography. Interesting place, interesting people, and interesting photos. Well done, Marcelo.
Hi Steven, thank you so much for your commentaries and feedback.

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Some fab pics.. the one of the kids .. with the bird feed and then the last are pretty special in my book..
Thank you Harj, those are my favorite too.



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Really great pictures you made Marcello!
And thanks for leaving all the exif settings visible in your pictures.
Thank you Lordje,

If you want to check my gallery the following is the link:

http://marcelobarrera.zenfolio.com/

The exif is available on all my pics.

Have a great day.

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Excellent presentation images Marcelo, thanks for sharing. I've never been near SA, however my only nephew spent 10-years of his young adult live missioning parts of Ecuador and Peru.
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Well done, Marcelo! I really enjoy seeing photos of parts of the world I've never been to (which is most of it).

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