Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Mexico City

The blog has been quiet for a couple of weeks but it has been quite the opposite for me. I have been away for spring break and had an adventurous time in Mexico City (and Zihautanejo separate blog post to come). We were visiting with good friends in Mexico City. Our friends live in the beautiful Polanco area with parks, cafes, and plenty of restaurants nearby. It was the perfect base and we couldn't have wished for better tour guides. Mexico City won our hearts with a perfect blend of history, art and colonial architecture. One of the highlight was a visit to the Zocalo in the heart of the city where we viewed the awe inspiring murals painted by Diego Riviera. The visit to the pyramids and the Frida Kahlo museum also stands out as memorable and educational. Mexico City is a dream destination for a photographer. I brought four lenses to Mexico but for the most part I ended up shooting with just my 16-35 or 135 mm attached to the 5D II.

Check out more shots from Mexico City via the link.


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