Magic beans

Magic beans by OldScratchedVinyl
Magic beans, a photo by OldScratchedVinyl on Flickr.

I wonder why people don't look at the moon every night, at least for 2 minutes. What is it about it that, in all its majesty, gets us so used to it? I use to look at those Star Wars movies and others with planets that had more than one moon and I thought it was marvellous, very beautiful scenes. I'm not asking for Jupiter's 63, not even for 2 for that matter. I just wish people would look out the window for a bit when they got home. Realise all that crap that has them down is just something that goes away and we can't let our lives be ruined by useless problems. Maybe people would smile more often.

This photo I took when I went back home for the summer break with the lady friend at Castillo de Chapultepec, what use to be the monarchic Castle during the Spanish occupation and sometime after in Mexico. It's a really beautiful place, reminds me of that movie the Castle in the sky because from it you can see big part of the city unobstructed. Reforma, the street with all the skyscrapers opens to it, making a line from the bottom of the castle to the centre of the city. A very beautiful place that most people who live in the city of 24 million people don't visit often enough.

This photo is not really featuring all those things, but I promise I will post some of those shots soon. This one is about a plant, rising to the skies, like a hopeful thought, a wish I made to the moon one sad night.

Thanks for reading,