MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY X BUMPER EDITION

Here is the tenth and, for the time being, the final instalment of this series.  I´ve probably never been more esconced in the city than I am right now, CDMX (Ciudad de México) that is, as it is now known, at least in theory (more commonly in hashtags #).  El DF (Distrito Federal) lives on... Continue Reading →

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MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IX

Nine more images from the streets of Mexico City for this ninth edition of this series,  Mexico City Street Photography.  A friend of the canine kind makes a first appearance along with an array of other chilangos, fellow inhabitants of the vast concrete megalopolis.  I´ll probably conclude this series with the next (10th) instalment and... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY VII

Here is another instalment (VII) of the Mexico City Street Photography series.  Hope you enjoy! Transmuting into a future self / Transmutando hacia su futuro (Pasaje de la Santísima, Centro Histórico) Ostensibly a game / Ostensiblemente un juego (Centro Histórico) Drop an E and hit the pub / Tome E y vaya al pub (San... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY VI

Here is another collection of nine photographs from the streets of Mexico City including a few very recent photographs from the past few days.  I´ll have more to say on the streets of the city sometime soon. Embrace / Abrazo (Belisario Dominguez, Centro Histórico) We´ll sell more over there / Venderemos más alla (Manuel Gonzalez,... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY V

More phone photography from the streets of la ciudad sin fin (the city with no end). Florid / Hotel Florida (Belisario Dominguez, Centro Histórico) Future taqueros of Mexico or presidents or poets / Taqueros futuros de México o presidentes o poetas (Jose Azueta, Centro Histórico) Fallen trolley bag / Bolso de la carretilla caido (Izazaga,... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IV

Another collection of nine images from the streets of Mexico City, streets of ceaseless vitality. Señora counts the change / Señora cuenta el cambio (Eje Central, Centro Histórico) Where have you been? / Dónde has estado? (Colonia Guerrero) Big Lunch (Centro Histórico) Testing the lines / Probando las lineas (Lagunilla) Soldier looking towards National Palace... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY III

Below, a third collection of nine photos in this series of Mexico City Street Photography.  This collection has a little bit of a theme running through it. There are three photographs of musicians, two of whom belong to the vast army of ambulant musicians (buskers) who roam the streets or station themselves on corners, in... Continue Reading →

MEXICO CITY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY II

Here is another installment of nine photographs from the streets of Mexico City.  I took all of the shots in the historic centre of the city bar the penultimate shot which was taken in Colonia Juarez, an inner-city suburb boasting plentiful beautiful architecture.  As before, all are phone shots. Fatigue at the end of the... Continue Reading →

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