Melodías del parque / Park Melodies.

Antes del brote de la COVID-19 visité mi parque favorito en Puerta de Tierra, Puerto Rico y escuché muchas melodías.

Before the COVID-19 outbreak I visited my favorite park in Puerta de Tierra, Puerto Rico, and heard many melodies.

Disfruta del corto de menos de 4:30 minutos de duración.

Enjoy the short film of under 4:30 minutes long.

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11 thoughts on “Melodías del parque / Park Melodies.

  1. Marielena Abruña

    Rubén, me encanta como capturas la grandeza De Dios. Eres excepcional. Dios te usa . Te quiere tu prima. Elena

  2. Beautiful!

  3. Me gustó mucho la analogía del humano trotador versus el gallo trotador.
    La iluminación y el sonido hacen una grandiferencia.
    Tu presencia a la “Hitchcock” muy chévere
    Sal Sos,
    Fdo

  4. Teresa Campos

    Què lindo el film, las voces del parque, sus sonidos! Me gustò muchìsimo. Me imaginè a mì misma, sentada oyendo la melodìa del parque, comièndome un raspado de tamarindo. La imagen perfecta para mi alma en estos momentos. Gracias por tus ojos, tus oìdos, tu arte.
    Besos para Petra y para tì. Me gustò verte dentro de tu expresiòn artìstica.
    Tere

    • Hola Teresa: Me agrada que te gustó. Esa era la idea, de darle al alma un espacio de respiro espiritual, sencillo y natural.

      El raspado (piragua en Puerto Rico) de tamarindo lo venden en el parque durante los fines de semana y el verano.

      Nuestros mejores deseos para ti, Brad y los seres que te rodean y aman.

      Rubén & Petra.

  5. Brad

    Well my friend… from the moment I saw the chickens I knew it wasn’t in Zurich, and then there were the obvious as the morning opened. I am always amazed by you eye and steady hand. Was filmed with your camera or phone? The shot of the chicken discovering and drinking the water was fan tas tic. Which park was it? It looks like PR. It also brought back thoughts of the project you did for the bioregionlism class. I still have a copy of that …

    Thank you for sharing your talent and the joy and love inherent in your work.

    yu amigo , Brad

    • Dear Brad, you are welcome. I am grateful that you view and enjoy the work.

      I shot it with two cameras during two visits to the park. One of the cameras has a very good zoom lens that allows me to get close shots from a distance, like the hen drinking water. A phone would not be able to do that with the same quality and steadyness.

      The beautiful but neglected park is the “Parque Luis Muñoz Rivera” in Puerta de Tierra. It’s next to the famous “playa del Escambrón”. It’s at the entrance to the island of San Juan, because, as you may know, the old city of San Juan is an island connected to the main island of Puerto Rico by a bridge.

      I trust that you are caring for yourself, Terry, and other close loved ones during these pandemic days. We are too.

      Un fuerte abrazo, y cariños a los dos.

      Rubén

  6. ¡Bravísimo Rubén! Espero que todas las aves te hayan firmado la hoja para concederte los derechos de uso de su rostro :)

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