For those who noticed my post on Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo Challenge this week, I mentioned that one of the buildings appeared to be just a facade on the second floor. I found the building and took a picture of it to get a different view. Here are side by side pictures of the first… Continue reading What a Difference a Step Makes
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’m sharing a view of this door and facade and a close-up of just the door. The woman seated on the step is there most days, and this day she wore a beautiful and bright blue scarf (or is it purple?). And it appears both the door and the woman are asking for help. You’ll… Continue reading Thursday Door Asking for Help?
I love the textures in these sculptures. My hand involuntarily reaches to caress the faces, smooth the lines, and stroke the locks of hair. . See more Tuesdays of Texture Photo Challenge pictures at https://narami.wordpress.com/2018/04/03/tuesdays-of-texture-week-14-of-2018/#like-6520
From around the globe I found smiling people, all ages, all colors, all languages. Here are a few pictures I have taken in China, Kenya and Mexico as part of the Daily Post Photo Challenge with the prompt of ‘Smile’. See many more happy folks at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/smile/
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge prompt this week is Happy, and this couple looks happy. Their hand-holding makes me happy just seeing the simple connection. See more fun fotos at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/04/03/cees-fun-foto-challenge-happy-3/
My contribution to Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge includes 2 pictures taken in San Miguel. The first one is of the Holy Wednesday procession held annually in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, the public veneration of The Lord of the Blow, and follows a route in the central part of the city. The event began… Continue reading Easter Processions and …