Marilyn Santiago

When Travel The world and Being a Nat Geo Photographer is Not an Option....You Learn to Love What You Have
Location: Puerto RIco
Nationality: American
Biography: A couple of years ago I took another course with NYIP, this time Photojournalism, and then as a friend told me once years ago "you should be a photo journalist" I hope I listened and studied it. I finished my humble course, and I am... read on
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When Travel The world and Being a Nat Geo Photographer is Not an Option....You Learn to Love What You Have
Credits: marilyn santiago
Date of Work: 07/01/16 - Ongoing
Updated: 02/22/20
Location: Puerto Rico
"Por que pa' vacilar no hay que salir de Puerto Rico," as the song says. As it turns out, we live in paradise! Our little 100x35 is a resilient, beautiful, beyond outstanding little island. We might not have snow, we may not have El Cap or Yellowtone, or the Acropolis. But we are just as impressive once you get to see it all. #welivewereyouvacation #welcometoparadise

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Quarantine2020 from PR....It Has Made the Rest of the Family to Stop and Watch the Sunsets

By Marilyn Santiago — Forced toghether, 6 people in the house. It is stressfull enough any day, but now with one of them having to go out to work everyday, trying to keep..

Pretty Girls in Fashion Boxes

By Marilyn Santiago —    A day in the life of a teen model fashion show. I followed Stellita as I know her on the day of one of the runways shows.

Roller Derby Girls and their "Patin Jangueos"

By Marilyn Santiago — "Patin Jangueo" is a once a month event where roller skates and bikes unites to roll the streets of the metropolitan area here in Puerto..

Street Art: Healing Through Creativity

By Marilyn Santiago — Wandering around the streets, especially around Santurce, you are witness of how much art is a part of the voice and healing process of Puerto..

An Autistic Escape Through Sports

By Marilyn Santiago —    My 18-year old son is an Aspie, and after many years of those troubling teenager stages and mood swings, we finally found the antidote...

Walking Stories

By Marilyn Santiago

Where We Once Walked

By Marilyn Santiago —    Hurricane Maria did so much in so many areas, but one constant reminder after two years has been the coastal erosion. The coasts have..

The longest Chistmas in the world are here in PR

By Marilyn Santiago —    They happen here, in our little 100 x 35. Out island might be small, but our spirit is immense, festive, loud and resilient. Now hold..

Light the Night for Leukemia

By Marilyn Santiago

Not a Happily Ever After, After All

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