ECUADOR: The Many Faces Of Ecuador

Woman Waiting For Her Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman and Man Waiting For Their Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Musician Family: Otavalo, Ecuador

Sierra Mountain Musician Family: Otavalo, Ecuador

Masks, Artisan Market: Quito, Ecuador

Masks, Artisan Market: Quito, Ecuador

I love the many faces of Ecuador. I hope you enjoy this collage of moments from the daily life of the people here….

Woman Waiting For Her Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman Waiting For Her Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

People Going To Work: Cotacachi, Ecuador

People Going To Work: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Children Playing In The Square: Quito, Ecuador

Children Playing In The Square: Quito, Ecuador

Snack Time: Quito, Ecuador

Snack Time: Quito, Ecuador

Man Waiting For The Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Man Waiting For The Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman Selling Her Wares: Quito, Ecuador

Woman Selling Her Wares: Quito, Ecuador

Family Out For A Walk: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Family Out For A Walk: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman Running For Their Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman Running For Their Bus: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Family Time: Crucita, Ecuador

Family Time: Crucita, Ecuador

Child Trying To Put His Own Coat On: Quito, Ecuador

Child Trying To Put His Own Coat On: Quito, Ecuador

Family: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Family Time: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Walking: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Out Walking: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Man Preparing Coco Helado: Agangue, Ecuador

Man Preparing Coco Helado: Agangue, Ecuador

Traditional Hair and Dress: Otavalo, Ecuador

Traditional Hair and Dress: Otavalo, Ecuador

Loading The Bus: The Coast, Ecuador

Loading The Bus: The Coast, Ecuador

Kids On The Coast: Puerto Lopez, Ecuador

Kids On The Coast: Puerto Lopez, Ecuador

Woman: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Woman: Cotacachi, Ecuador

Men Waiting For The Bus: Montanita, Ecuador

Men Waiting For The Bus: Montanita, Ecuador

Sailfish Filet In Process: Crucita, Ecuador

Sailfish Filet In Process: Crucita, Ecuador

Fisherman and His Flounder: Agangue, Ecuador

Fisherman and His Flounder: Agangue, Ecuador

Proud Fishermen: Crucita, Ecuador

Proud Fishermen: Crucita, Ecuador

Fishing Boat and Boy, Canoa, Ecuador

Fishing Boat and Boy, Canoa, Ecuador

Going Places: Ayangue, Ecuador

Going Places: Ayangue, Ecuador

Princess: Bahia De Caraquez, Ecuador

Princess: Bahia De Caraquez, Ecuador

Puppy: Canoa, Ecuador

Puppy: Canoa, Ecuador

Band Celebrating The Feast Of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Crucita, Ecuador

Band Celebrating The Feast Of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Crucita, Ecuador

Fresh Coconut Man: Canoa, Ecuador

Fresh Coconut Man: Canoa, Ecuador

Pineapple Truck: Canoa, Ecuador

Pineapple Truck: Canoa, Ecuador

Felix, Owner Hotel Maconda: Canoa, Ecuador

Felix, Owner Hotel Maconda: Canoa, Ecuador

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Lone Surfer: Montanita, Ecuador

Fashion Shoot: Crucita, Ecuador

Fashion Shoot: Crucita, Ecuador

Still Asleep On The Beach: Montanita, Ecuador

Still Asleep On The Beach: Montanita, Ecuador

Washing The Fillet: Crucita, Ecuador

Washing The Fillet: Crucita, Ecuador

Artisan Market: Otavalo, Ecuador

Artisan Market: Otavalo, Ecuador

Woman Sleeping: Quito, Ecuador

Woman Sleeping: Quito, Ecuador

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6 thoughts on “ECUADOR: The Many Faces Of Ecuador

    • Larry ~I’m so glad to hear that! Living here now is DEFinately different than what I ever saw on the internet or in the guide books. I think it takes really being “boots on the ground” in a country to really feel and understand it. I have found so much beauty to appreciate here. And this blog was intended to give another person a sense of “un posed” shots where people were just doing their daily thing. Di you have a favorite photo of them all that really struck home with you? Thanks again for your comment. I always enjoy when you share your thoughts!

      ~ Mary Anne

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  1. Hi Mary,
    I love your pictures of the people of Ecuador. Looks like you have traveled around here quite a bit. The people are so beautiful and friendly, one of the reasons why we are living here for six months. I personally never leave my house without taking my camera, even if it is a five minute walk to the store. Life here can be so random and unpredictable, you just never know what will happen. The other day we went for a short walk and there happened to be a large parade walking through the streets of Cuenca, so glad that I took my camera. Keep taking great pictures.
    David.

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    • Hi David- Thanks for your comment and words of encouragement on my photos! I too always try to remember to take my camera when I go out. And any time I have forgotten, there is invariably something I wish I had taken a photo of! You are SO right that life is random and unpredictable and here in Ecuador, there is always something interesting to see. How do you like Cuenca? I have not made it there yet but I look forward to seeing it as everyone I talk to says it is a beautiful city. How much longer on your 6 month trip do you have left? ANyway, thanks for taking the time to comment on my blog. I rally appreciate it! ~Mary Anne

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