by Edward Zievinger
This was taken somewhere in Seroe Biento (where), in November (when). This place is such hidden that it isn’t easy to reach. I guess this place is well known by our “old local folks”, but not to the general public. This seems hard to believe, but we still have beautiful places that are untouched on the island. It seems that this spot has it’s own micro-habitat, even rocks are cooler and damped, thus creating green moss like plants in a harsh well known environment. I like to create a different view and perspective with my pictures (why), and let people wonder and question themselves, if this is really taken here on Aruba.