Here’s a post playing with some vantage point and some soft focus during golden hour today in Auburn, AL. Trying to get at it while I can, my time here will be up in July when I move back to my hometown in north Alabama where possibilities are endless for my computer science degree.

A bountiful history by the sea. Most people would say that visiting Old San Juan is a ‘must see’ item on anyone’s bucket list and honestly I can assure you it is, but you’re going to be guaranteed to be surrounded by lots of tourists crowding the streets on a daily basis that are coming off the cruise ships docked at the international pier. As far as getting ‘off the beaten path’ in Puerto Rico there are a plethora of culturally enticing and beautiful cities dotting the entire coast. While most of Old San Juan can be experienced to contentment in just a couple of days, there are many other exciting places to visit in PR, some are full of experiences and excursions for the curious, some are historically and scientifically significant, but there’s still no shortage of places to just sit your ass in the sand and enjoy a cold beverage and the view or a fried plantain or two.

Here’s some miscellaneous snaps from the historic Old San Juan district of the capital city of Puerto Rico. Not much composition, but there just wasn’t enough time in the day and a half I had in Old San Juan to be a perfectionist.