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How I photographed the Pope in Mexico city

I’m not religious, but when a celebrity like the Pope visits your city, it is a historical event. Even more so when it [...]

A Saturday ballet class

These are some images I took a long time ago, but I had forgotten to edit and release them. I can’t believe how [...]

Mexico Independence day in Coyoacan

There photos were not taken this year. I’ve wanted to share these images I took last year but by the time I got [...]

Fish market in Mexico city

Mexico city is full of awesome little places here and there. It has so many places for so many things that I’m considering [...]
Teotihuacan Pyramid of the Moon

Teotihuacan pyramids in Mexico

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’ve lived in Mexico almost all of my life (except for one year) and I had never seen [...]
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Nutcracker rehearsals by the Academia de la Danza Mexicana

Photographing dance is a tough task. Specially when it is an indoor low budget theatre with poor lighting setup. In these situations, you [...]
Saint Bernard dog at the beach

Tampico beach, I miss my hometown

Browsing in my photo collection from last year, I found these photos I had forgotten to process from RAW files. Looking at them [...]

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