Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge suggests a prompt of pink and orange. That combination is found in nature, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and in face masks made by native craftsmen of Central America. Find more colorful contributions at https://ceenphotography.com/2019/02/05/cees-fun-foto-challenge-orange-and-pink/. Advertisements
At a discussion group meeting I attend each week the topic was Masks, and although it sounds simple enough, we began to have the following questions: How many masks do we wear or have we worn? What masks do we utilize? Do we change masks as we grow older? Do masks hide us, protect us,… Continue reading Masks-Do They Help Me or Hide Me?
Mexicans have parades and festivals almost weekly and Sunday was no exception. I don’t know what was being celebrated, but those participating were having a GREAT time, as were the folks lining the streets of San Miguel enjoying the parade. Here are a few characters who entertained us with their masks and antics. More to… Continue reading Festivities in San Miguel
I have a large number of pictures of various masks/faces from several countries and cultures. And I wonder why I find them so fascinating. Is it the creativity each artist demonstrates in designing them? Is it what is unseen behind the masks? Is it the mystery that our imagination conjures up as we view these works of art?… Continue reading Masks–What Do They Hide?