There’s no translation for viva mexico cabrones – so I better leave it. I love the Mexicans anyways – this one was taken in Oaxaca. There’s even a radish festival in Oaxaca I heard.
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“I am the law and I accept bribes.” In 2010 the least corrupt country was Singapore – the most corrupt country was Somalia. Mexico appears somewhere in the middle. Since the police salary is rather low and there’s the most exposure to bribery the federal police is normally amongst the most corrupt parts of a [...]
This is a mexican girl. I found her in North Mexico.
Seems it’s a tradition to burn the old year as the shape of a puppet in Mexico.
People from Mexico City have come to embrace the term Chilango and use it with pride. This “chilango pride” has also led the term “Chilangolandia” in reference to Mexico City. The photo was taken Christmas 2003.
Forgot where this was but it was nice there. I found the composition and colours of this photo together with the two two indigenous woman interesting. (north Mexico somewhere).
This is the museum of anthropology in Mexico City. The title attracts lots of visitors – I can only hope they are not too disappointed.
I found these Mexican Hotties at a local market in Mexico City.
Tightrope walking normally means walking along a rope, sometimes also at a great height. Here there was no great height or the Niagara falls involved (no death neither just a little accident). Taken in Mexico City at the Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
I met this Frijolero in Northern Mexico – remember he’s been really nice and it was a pleasure to hear him talking in his Mexican accent. I love Mexican people.
I’ve seen many buildings and architecture around the world but this one tops them all in terms of ugliness. Is it a Nazi building? No, it’s in Mexico City.
On the road in Northern Mexico with a Dutch fellow traveller (not a communist sympathizer)
I don’t know what you call theses sweets or the recipe but these are some other Mexican Sweets: Alegrías Arroz con leche Buñuelos Cajeta Capirotada Carlota de limón Champurrado Chongos zamoranos Churros Coyotas Dulce de leche Empanadas Flan Glorias Jamoncillos Jarritos Obleas Pan de Acambaro (Acambaro bread) Pan dulce Pan de muerto Paletas, popsicles Pastel [...]
Some federal Mexican police officers dealing with tourists in Mexico D.F. in 2003. Quite polite as far I remember.
Mexican Church as an example of Photoshop’s Pixelbender filter. Pixelbender is a free extension for applying nice filter effects on images in Photoshop CS5.