If you missed part one, it’s over here: I like to be different. At the time I didn’t know that it was going to be the first in a two-part series.
Julian was born in San Antonio and his last name is Saenz. Presumably he has some Mexican/Spanish ancestry. He does know Spanish, a language that I failed at miserably in high school in Kingsville, Texas. Kingsville is in deep South Texas, 70 miles north of the Mexico border, so one would think that Spanish would be a natural in that area. Alas, not for me.
He has me interested in Spanish, though, which explains the title of this post. Fortunately, Google Translate helped me here because Julian isn’t around at 2:30 in the morning………LOL
I uploaded the following pictures of the horse races to the Pacific Photographic Society meetup group:
One of the comments I got said, “I love your work but did you take any pictures of the horses, trainers, riders, or people?”
Yes, yes I did, but I’ll wait until everyone else has uploaded their pictures of horses, trainers, riders, and people before I upload any. I want mine to be different so I won’t upload pictures just to prove that I took pictures, know how to take pictures, or know how to upload pictures.
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