I showed a door last week, with another one in the background, and this week, I’m showing the background one. So many door around every corner in San Miguel de Allende. See more at Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge. http://Thursday Doors – April 4, 2019 The door on the left is this week’s feature. Advertisements
Sticks of colored chalk, a large expanse of flat stone, and smudged hands blending, softening, darkening, and tinting, created a feast of art in the Plaza Civica in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this weekend. Artists sprawled on the walkways, each with a picture, a vision, or a sketch of what they were going to… Continue reading Madonnari Chalk Art Show in SMA, Mexico
The door on the right caught my eye and I took the first picture, then focused on the hardware, stepped around the corner and took a picture of a typical street scene in San Miguel de Allende (SMA), Mexico. It was not until I looked at my pictures when I returned home that I even… Continue reading Doors Around the Corner
I was sitting under a red umbrella yesterday and glanced up to see this lovely flowering plant basking in the early March sunshine. Knowing that much of the United States is experiencing late winter storms, I am delighted to be in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico slipping on cobbled streets and not icy sidewalks. It… Continue reading Sunny and Warm Days in SMA–FOTD
Cabin fever is this week’s Word Prompt so see more at https://weeklyprompts.com/2019/02/13/word-prompt-cabin-fever/ Not to be a spoiler, but in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico cabin fever isn’t in our vocabulary. Visitors and residents spend countless hours outside: working, walking, playing, relaxing, visiting, buying, selling, photographing, living. Part of this ‘under the sun’ lifestyle is due to… Continue reading Cabin Fever
Street art abounds in San Miguel de Allende, and these are some new ones that have appeared in recent months. Vibrant, original, creative and unusual, each one comes from the magic of the individual artist’s vision.
After a heavy rain, the water rushed down arroyos in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico this summer. The sounds of water making its way down stream added a relaxing element to a summer afternoon. See more Which Way photos at https://sonofabeach96.com/2018/11/22/which-way-challenge-november-22-2018/