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The Color of Mexico City

Lots of time in Latin America lately.

In the past two years, I’ve been to Brazil on two work trips, vacationed in Baja, visited my son in Chile, and now I’m in Mexico City for nearly a week, shooting a medical video. Everywhere we’re surrounded by wonderful faces, fascinating street scenes, huge swaths of color, unique art, and both traditional and innovative design. A visual smorgasbord, for sure. Also, amazingly, we have a whole weekend off.

Here’s a sample of the color around us. Photos from Coyoacán and Palenco Districts, Frida Kahlo’s House/Museum, and the Museo de Arte Moderna.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 comment to The Color of Mexico City

  • Nathie Tieman

    These pictures are BEAUTIFUL AND FASCINATING. In them, you captured the people, the spirit, the culture and the beauty. It was fun to see lava lamps again. Keep up your OUTSTANDING WORK.

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