Puerto Lopez malecon lights reflecting off ocean
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Lights Reflecting Off the Ocean, Puerto Lopez, Ecuador #AtoZChallenge

Puerto lights reflecting off ocean

Stand at the end of the Puerto Lopez pier after dark. Street, building, and beach cabana lights dance to create a symphony of color reflecting off the water. The photo for E (see Emily in Puerto Lopez here) is a daytime picture from the spot above.

Puerto Lopez lights across pier

Next, walk to the south end of the malecon to see the pier lights reflecting like in the photo above. The pier has all white lights. In this photo, many are turned off because it is after 11:00 PM, when about half of the lights go dark. Purple and red lights from the nearest beach cabana are the only cabana lights visible from this vantage point.

If it is a holiday or weekend, enjoy the music booming from the cabanas. If it is a weekday, enjoy the silent light reflections.

 

2018 A to Z Challenge - L

 

Puerto Lopez, Ecuador lights reflecting off the ocean

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A look back

Last year, I wrote Latitude Zero.

Emily is a US Expat in Ecuador. She grew up on a Minnesota farm, worked in IT in California's Silicon Valley, then moved to a coastal Ecuador fishing village. Emily's goal is to share Ecuador with you, one snippet at a time. Topics include attractions, compassion, ecotourism, Ecuador products, everyday Ecuador, and flora and fauna. Please let Emily know what you would like to read more about!

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