PHOTO WALKS – THEMES
Some of our photo walks focus on a particular theme, such as Street Art or Crafts or Architecture, or incorporate a theme as part of the walk.
Street Art is popular in Mexico City where it is often used to make dilapidated areas more beautiful and encourage the locals to take pride in their neighborhood. Although we often photograph the street art wherever we go on our Photo Walks, there are a couple of walks which focus on the street art.
Street art in the Centro Histórico
(Take a look: Street art in the Centro Histórico)
Street art and architecture in Colonia Roma
(Take a look: Street art and Architecture in Colonia Roma)
Christmas Street Art
(Take a look: Christmas street art and Ciudadela Craft Market)
Mexico City has a lot of architectural styles, ranging from pre-Hispanic, Colonial, Art Nouveau and Art Déco, Functional and Modern. On all our Photo Walks we pay special attention to the architecture, but some of our walks are focused on a particular style.
Art Déco in Condesa
(Take a look: Art Déco, parks, dog trainers and cafés in Condesa)
Art Déco – Lotería Nacional and Monumento a la Revolución
Architecture around the Alameda Park
(Take a look: Different architectural styles around the Alameda Park)
Modern architecture around Polanco’s Plaza Carso
(Take a look: Modern architecture around Polanco’s Plaza Carso)
A variety of architectural styles in the neighborhood of Santa Maria La Ribera
(Take a look: Off the beaten path in Santa Maria La Ribera)
Mexican markets are a bright colorful affair and always fun to photograph, whether the tianguis or street markets, food markets and craft markets. We visit some markets on these photo walks.
Street market in Condesa
(Take a look: Street market and other places in Condesa)
(Take a look: Coyoacán and its market)
Ciudadela Craft Market
(Take a look: Ciudadela Craft Market and Christmas street art)
Malinalco Street Market
(Take a look: Malinalco and its market)
LANDSCAPE AND NATURE
Sometimes we get out of Mexico City and the towns to photograph natural areas.
Migration of the Monarch butterflies
(Take a look: Photography Trip to see the Monarch butterflies)