Where I live in San Miguel is a 10-15-minute walk to the center of town where the Parroquia and Jardin are located. And walking is what I do daily. If I want to go to the small (by U.S. standards) mall I can take a bus or cab, it’s just more of a hike than… Continue reading Take a Hike
Today’s Flower of the Day contribution from Cee’s blog https://ceenphotography.com/2022/03/17/fotd-march-18-magnolia/.
My daily stroll around the neighborhood always surprises me when I see a new piece of art on a wall that only yesterday was blank. Here are a few new paintings I hope you will enjoy.
The 66th annual flower show, Feria de la Candelaria, was on full display this week in San Miguel de Allende, and it was breathtaking. More than 100 vendors lined the walkways of Parque Juarez, the most calming and beautiful park in this part of Mexico, and that is my personal opinion shared by most of… Continue reading Flower Galore
Street art is alive and well in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and the artwork increases daily throughout much of the city. Here are a few of the shots I have taken on my daily walks with my doglets.
I decided to show the abundance of the color gold used in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Street art, street addresses, street lights with horse water spouts, and of course, the ever blooming flowers depict the warmth found in this lovely city. All these are part of the photo challenge issued by Travel Talk as… Continue reading Golden Walls in San. Miguel
To say I’ve missed certain things during this year-plus of Covid 19 shutdown is an under statement. Prior to the pandemic, life happened in the streets of San Miguel de Allende. Parades, festivals, fiestas, holiday celebrations all took to the streets to acknowledge the Mexican sense of fun, playfulness, and traditions. Music, laughter, crowds, colors,… Continue reading Locos Abound
I took my first picture of this man and his dog in 2017, on one of my first trips to San Miguel de Allende. Since then I have seen them, always together, an invisible bond connecting the two. No leash, no commands, just an unspoken understanding between this man and his dog.
During a walk along a street I hadn’t visited in the past month I found a delightful new mural you may enjoy. Let me know what you think.