I shot this photo in Downtown Cabo San Lucas Baja
I shot this photo in downtown Puerto Vallarta , they have a great breakfest
Tina Modotti is one of my favorite photographers and I went to the same spot where she took this photograph back in the 1920's (Tepotzotlan). Tried to do it by memory and is not nearly a good as hers, but here it is.
Álamos is known as "La Ciudad de los Portales" (portales are tall, arched, covered verandas or walkways fronting many of the cobble-stoned streets or calles). Alamos boasts numerous buildings exhibiting classic architecture from Mexico's Colonial period, including the Plaza de Armas, the Church of La Purísima Concepción, La Capilla and the Palacio Municipal ("city hall"). The great wealth created by the silver mines from the surrounding mining towns of La Aduana, Minas Nuevas and San Bernardo enabled the founders and residents of Alamos to build scores of colonial Spanish mansions throughout the town; most of which were destroyed in the early 20th Century, and replaced by the images of what Americans who had bought the ruins thought the colonial princes wanted as homes.
Boardwalk somewhere in Cancun! This was before I GOT INTO photography.. with a small point n shoot camera...basicly my first attempt at Photography.