Sunday, September 03, 2006

Sunset at La Lagune


La Lagune is a nice new spot for swimming on Sundays. Even swollen with Rainy Season water, the lagoon is less than five feet deep (and maybe waist-level when it hasn't rained for a while). They have tables shaded with rainbow-colored umbrellas, drinks, beach volleyball, and large inflatable boats for hire. We like to stay until sunset. (Congo Town Back Road, Monrovia, LIBERIA)

2 comments:

Daiyouga said...

I had to stare at that picture for about 11 minutes because that is the exact memory of my old neighborhood that I have kept with me since we left in 1990. The Lake Michigan sunset I see here, as beautiful as it looks, always felt foreign to me and now I remember why. Because this is my sunset. Setting to the right as I face the ocean, not the left. Thank you for the memory Elma.

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