In a recent post I showed black and white pictures of intricate carvings in the Parish Church of Our Lady of Sorrows church in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico. I’m following that up with pictures in color of the exterior and interior of the church. The full name of Dolores Hidalgo is Dolores Hidalgo Cuna de la Independencia… Continue reading Parish Church of Our Lady of Sorrows–Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico
Gorgeous wood carvings decorate this dramatic church in Delores Hidalgo, a city near San Miguel de Allende. Striking in black and white and in color, as is shown in the last picture. You’ll find more black and white pictures at https://ceenphotography.com/2019/08/22/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-things-made-from-wood-2/
Sometimes what is above, around or below doors is as interesting as the doors themselves. I found this to be true as I strolled the streets of San Miguel de Allende (SMA), Mexico. See more interesting doors at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2019/08/22/thursday-doors-august-22-2019/
This picture is odd ball to me because I can’t figure out all the designs carved into this sculpture. I see faces, bodies, torsos, and things I’m not certain I recognize. So, it fits Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge. See more creative odd ball shots at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/03/04/cees-odd-ball-photo-challenge-march-4-2018/
I’m in San Miguel, Mexico and have found wonderful doors–some old, some may be new, some ornate, some colorful, but each leaving me wondering: What do they hide? What secrets do they keep? Where do they lead? Who is behind each one? When were they made? And, Why in the world do I care? Do… Continue reading Doors to Where?