Frigate birds were robbing fishermen while they were unloading their catch, Puerto Lopez.
A prelude to the Fiesta de Virgen Cisne, they make spinning sparkle in Loja city square and kids love to run through it, or just let the "rain" pour down on them.
Ecuador feels like a country of fireworks to me, in every big and small celebration there always be fireworks.
Sparkle and firecracker towers, explosive figures carried around by dancers, no fence, no security, no parental guildence, you can get as close as you can at your own risk, absolutely crazy.
Evening light from my hut, where I volunteered in the Amazon region of Ecuador, Arutam.
Ants cutting off and moving big slice of leaves from this small tree, by next morning, this tree was completely bald.
Girl playing with friends in the bush, Arutam.
Unknow flowers just grew out from a tree trunk, Arutam.
An unknow bug in a bathroom sink, Arutam.
Chocolate is a common product in the market, Cuenca.
Otavalo, a town famous for it's arts and crafts market in the North of the capital, where woman are still wearing their traditional white brouse with colorful embroidery.
Boys playing football on the beach, simply put down two bags on the ground and there's their goal in between. Manta.
Otavalo, farm and stock market on every Saturday morning, it's muddy, smelly and chaotic.