Otrobanda is one of the historically important quarters of Willemstad, the capital of Curaçao. The district was developed in the 18th century and picked up in the early 19th century when the once walled city of Punda became overpopulated. Otrobanda was connected to Punda in 1888 via the Queen Emma Bridge (affectionately known as "The Swinging Old Lady") and in 1974 by the Queen Juliana Bridge. The main center of Willemstad is separated in two quarters: Punda and Otrabanda, which stands for 'city' and 'the other side'.
So i went with these cute sisters and of course there mom and dad to Otrobanda, to shoot what i had visualised.
I wanted to use my vintage suitcase.....and here is the result.
Visualization is daydreaming with a purpose.
Remember to do what you love and love what you do!