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/
The colors, the creativity, headdresses, costumes, makeup, and the obvious exuberance and energy make each Mexican festival an experience to remember.
San Miguel de Allende is different from any other place I’ve lived. Of course, that can be said about all cities. Through the years I’ve been aware of the energy or heartbeat of towns, even if they are neighbors. Whether it is a subdivision surrounded by a larger metropolitan complex, or a tiny burg separated… Continue reading Change for the Better?
My contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is all about Colors. This picture was taken in a neighborhood in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico showing festive flags. See more at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/07/24/cees-fun-foto-challenge-week-3-photo-purple-colors-wood-garage-vintage-car-flames-indoor-etc/
I strolled through the Jardin in San Miguel de Allende early today (Sunday morning); and found a quiet and near deserted setting where usually the place is teeming with people. The church bells of the Parroquia just steps away and the music from the service underway made for a peaceful interlude. … Continue reading Sunday Morning at the Jardin