Wordless in Guanajuato

No words, no time, to describe the first stop on my photo workshop in Mexico. Just some photos. Enjoy.

Bougainvillea in a small square, Guanajuato, Mexico


Green Stairs with Window

Guanajuato, marigolds, Day of the Dead

Marigolds, common in Mexican markets this time of year, are used in celebrating the Day of the Dead in early November

Guanajuato, doors

Blue Door with Mermaid Knocker


Pink House with White Ironwork and Palms

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5 Comments on “Wordless in Guanajuato”

  1. Liz Reed Says:

    oh! fabulous.
    I was there about 30 years ago.
    Have a great trip!

  2. What a great place for a photo workshop! The colors in Mexico are so unbelievable! Your photos capture their magic!! Have a fabulous time! ;>)

  3. Pam/Digging Says:

    I was there about 3 years ago. What luscious color on the houses and in the gardens. Enjoy!

  4. John Says:

    What. No black and whites!

    Just kidding, marvelous colors. Last I looked we had no fall colors as brilliant as your blue door. We are all jealous. Enjoy!

  5. Melissa Says:

    Carol, Liz, John and Pam, thanks for the good wishes and kind words! I’m back now with over 1000 photos to process/delete/agonize over. What a trip! Hope to do a post this weekend about the wonderful B&B I stayed in while we were in San Miguel – a kind of private garden on its own. Back to reality for now!

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