A little eye candy – Panama Q pic’s for August.

One half hour North of Panama City you have arrived at Pipeline Road, the Soberania National Park is spread over an area of 47,792.6 acres. The park contains excellent trails. The serene rainforests and tropical flora enrich the land.

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Pipeline Road, the Soberania National Park is spread over an area of 19,341hectares, or 47,792.6 acres.
Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Flowers on Pipeline Road

Coronado Panama Sun Set

Coronado Panama Sun Set. Coronado, 60 plus years of progress in the making. Coronado is give or take 55 minutes from Panama City

Coronado is a second home to many from Panama City
Coronado beaches

Coronado beaches

Coronado is a second home to many from Panama City.
Back in the early 1940’s this area was basically untouched, just a few small fincas, (farms) with beautiful land and a spectacular coastline with white sandy beaches. Roberto Eisenmann  Sr. bought the land and named it after the famous hotel in San Diego, California on Coronado Island.
A much-needed recent addition to Coronado is the San Fernando Clinic, which is affiliated with San Fernando Hospital in Panama City. The newest developments are the construction of a mall at the entrance of Coronado that will be completed by the end of 2009.
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3 responses to “A little eye candy – Panama Q pic’s for August.

  1. Flowers From Chris

    You have posted wonderful picture of flowers that is appreciated. keep it up the good work.

  2. Chris, greetings,

    Thank you so much, for you lovely comment. It is with a big thank you. Give a look at today’s post on sunsets.

    As for flower’s what we posted is just about .01% of our Print quality library. If you need anything for your website and we have it, glad to give it to you, no strings attached.

    Kindest regards,
    Will Irvine
    for the Publisher

  3. Panama always has a picture to be taken. There are so may colors and the light is most interesting if you are with camera in hand.

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