caripito

Esta fitografía la tome en Diciembre de 2009 en #Caripito #Monagas. Este sendero lleva a un rio, al cruzar el rio hay una plantacion de cacao y al cruzar eso hay un paraje con una caida de agua que era a lo que realmente quería fotografiar ese dia.

Pero nos advirtieron que no era seguro llegar hasta allá. Cuando era mas chamo me iba solo con mis primos en bicibleta desde el pueblo, llegabamos al la cascada y nadabamos luego volviamos como si habíamos ido a la esquina de la casa.

Supongo que es una de las muchas formas en que ha cambiado el país lamentablemente para mal desde aquellos tiempos.

Tributo a #TioSimon - #Miami Septiembre 26 (entradas a la venta por tributoaltiosimon.eventbrite.com y #Orlando Septiembre 27 (entradas a la venta pronto) #JuanCarlosSalazar junto a grandes músicos venezolanos.

Salazar is an accomplished Venezuelan #singer, #musician and #composer with over twenty-five years of experience performing internationally to “standing room only crowds” and in intimate settings in several countries in Europe, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, the United States and recently, Mexico.
Juan Carlos Salazar is a well-known Venezuelan singer and Cuatro (four-string Venezuela instrument) player. Juan Carlos was born in Caripito, a small oil-based town in Eastern #Venezuela.

Juan Carlos has recorded twelve solo albums and was invited to collaborate in four additional Venezuelan compilations. Salazar was invited by Julio Iglesias to share the stage during a concert in Denver. During his career Juan Carlos has also participated in concerts featuring other famous singers such as Jose Luis Rodriguez (el Puma), Jose Jose, among many others.

The concert will be a tribute to Venezuelan’s most popular composer, Simon Diaz. Mr. Díaz is the author of “Caballo Viejo”, which was recorded by the Gipsy Kings as the hit song “Bamboléo”. His compositions have been recorded by artists such as Plácido Domingo, Ray Conniff, Julio Iglesias, Celia Cruz, Rubén Blades, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Gipsy Kings, Cheo Feliciano, Juan Gabriel, Danny Rivera, and recently, Juan Carlos Salazar.

Simón Díaz was awarded the highest recognition conferred by the Venezuelan state, “The Great Ribbon of the Liberator’s Order”. On September 30, 2008, the Latin Grammy Awards announced that it would honor Díaz with a Lifetime Achievement Award, (El Premio del Consejo Directivo). Diaz was awarded the 2008 Latin Recording Academy Trustees Award, presented by Venezuelan salsa singer Oscar D'León.
#worldmusic #vocesdevenezuela #lomejordevenezuela #lonuestroeslomejor #lobuenodevenezuela #músicavenezolana #cantantesdevenezuela #simondiaz #cuatristasdevenezuela #musicavenezolana #musicadevenezuela #ellegadodesimon #cuandolasganassejuntan #Regrann #Re (en Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts)