Category: Central Mexico

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The sausage stand

A man peers through a curtain of green, red and pink sausages and chorizos at a butcher’s stand in the Mercado de La Cruz, Queretaro. Green chorizos are traditionally from Toluca and the color is...

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Pink fields

When the rains begin to soak the countryside in Mexico, thousands of cosmos flowers spring up in the fields, turning them into a beautiful bright pink carpet. Photo taken in Estado de México.

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Metepec, town of artisans

Metepec is a “Pueblo Mágico” near Toluca in the Estado de México famous for its ceramics, especially its “arboles de la vida” or trees of life. The town of brightly colored houses is overlooked by...

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Queretaro aqueduct

Sunset over one of Queretaro’s most prominent landmarks, the aqueduct. It has 74 arches, and is well over a kilometer long. The average height is 23 meters. It was built between 1726 and 1738...

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Pilgrims from Puebla at the Basilica

Last Sunday, 22nd February, the Basilica de Guadalupe was full of pilgrims from Puebla on their annual pilgrimage. The most eye-catching group were the Quetzal dancers with their spectacular circular headdresses, representing the extravagant...

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Tip 1: Take better Travel Photos

  TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY is an incredibly wide subject covering landscape and nature photography, people, festivals, culture, food, markets, adventure activities and many other themes. Good travel photos are those which capture the unique character or...