2019 MEXICO CITY STREET SHOTS

Double Cones / Conos Dobles Corset / Corsé The sailor's two suitresses / Las dos pretendientas del marinero The things other people see / Las cosas que ven otras personas National Lottery / Lotería Nacional Seeking an audience with AMLO Sightseeing in Moscow / Turisteando en Moscú

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MORE MEXICO CITY STREETS LATELY

Barrendero / Street sweeper Papas / crisps Un buen ojo para la arquitectura / A good eye for architecture Haz mi elote bien cabrón! / Make my corn properly motherfucker! Hazlo o no / Do it. Or not. Sin titulo / Untitled Animal agachado / Animal crouch

MEXICO CITY MISCELLANEOUS FIVE III

Five color shots from the historic centre of Mexico City.  All taken in the last month or so with my Ricoh gr ii (no edits except I flipped the first shot the other way around). Taxi and its reflection in a puddle on Avenida Hidalgo as it approaches Eje Central.  Buildings from left to right... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY MISCELLANEOUS FIVE II

Here are a few street shots I have taken in the streets of the Centro Histórico of Mexico over the past week. Aztec Dancer / Danzante Azteca The Secret Keeper / El Guardián de Secretos Incongruent Symmetry / Simetría Incongruente Meeting / Reunión Micro / Pesero   All photos first appeared on my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peterwdavies/ More... Continue Reading →

BOLÍVAR Y CHIMALPOPOCA

Corner of Bolívar and Chimalpopoca streets in Colonia Obrera where a textile factory collapsed in the September 19 earthquake. 16 people were rescued from the rubble but a further 21 died. Most of the victims were seamstresses including Central American and Taiwanese women. There was some conflict after 3 days of search efforts between authorities... Continue Reading →

INTERVIEW WITH A GRASSHOPPER

Here is an extended interview / chat with El Chapulín (The Grasshopper).  The guy is almost as good at talking as he is at jumping.  I wrote about him once before in my defunct Corners of the City series. Interview is in Español and is actually from a couple of years ago.  The building  you'll see... Continue Reading →

ZACULEU

About five years ago I was in Huehuetenango, Guatemala having crossed the border from Méjico and rattled into town on a chicken bus.  It was getting late so I stayed in a sketchy little hotel near the bus station, probably cost around 40 queztales or five bucks American. Huehue is a kind of bustling town although... Continue Reading →

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