Life is looking almost normal again. Three our of the four dogs are home now and two even got baths (against their will) and my afternoon nap was more of a puppy cuddling session but it was nice. Now it is time to get back to work so that I can keep paying my bills.
This is a fisherman we met on the pier at La Libertad. He and the rest of the crew on this boat are all about the same age, they've probably been fishing together for thirty years. They laughed and chatted while they worked and all of them gave us big smiles when we asked to take their pictures. El Salvador is a beautiful country and while it may not be the most exciting destination in that part of the work the people are warm and outgoing which made it a lot of fun. The most interesting part was that I often felt like people didn't know why tourists visit a lot of places; they understand the appeal of a surfing beach and the volcanos but they're not really sure why we want to visit the fish market or see a farm but they're happy to have us nonetheless.
Canon 1D X, Canon 100/f2.8L IS
100mm, f4, 1/160 sec @ 160 ISO