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14th June 2011
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as sure as clocks are bleeding time, we'll show up early just to wait in line
after hanging out with black jesus and watching the sunset at the top of the cerro in sucre, i made my way back down. as i did the trees cleared and the post-sunsetted sky turned a beautiful orangey-red. i had my tripod with me so close to the bottom of the hill i set it up and fired off a shot. it was only after i finished that i noticed i was being observed by scary looking dog which was (almost) the size of a (small) horse. i went to make my exit and it began barking aggressively and slowly advancing towards me. i don't usually get too bothered by dogs over here, but as i was out of the centre and probably on 'his territory' i did feel threatened. my tripod was still in hand, so i waved it in his general direction as i slowly backed away. each swing resulted in the beast retreating a few steps before it realised there was little danger posed by my cheapass tripod so it soon ignored it. luckily i had already made up enough ground, so with my heart beating fast i scampered down the rest of the hill and made my escape.

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The light is just amazing in this one!
posted by Claus Petersen on 15 Jun 2011 07:35
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14/06/2011
bleeding time
after hanging out with black jesus and watching the sunset at the top of the cerro in sucre, i made my way back down. as i did the trees cleared and the post-sunsetted sky turned a beautiful orangey-red. i had my tripod with me so close to the bottom of the hill i set it up and fired off a shot. it was only after i finished that i noticed i was being observed by scary looking dog which was (almost) the size of a (small) horse. i went to make my exit and it began barking aggressively and slowly advancing towards me. i don't usually get too bothered by dogs over here, but as i was out of the centre and probably on 'his territory' i did feel threatened. my tripod was still in hand, so i waved it in his general direction as i slowly backed away. each swing resulted in the beast retreating a few steps before it realised there was little danger posed by my cheapass tripod so it soon ignored it. luckily i had already made up enough ground, so with my heart beating fast i scampered down the rest of the hill and made my escape.

here's the original