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Photo Series of Mexico

40 Blocks in Mexico

There is so much variety in Mexico. This series of photos, in development since 2010, was taken in an area of about forty square blocks in the mountain village of Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

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The Masked Zayacos of Ajijc, Mexico

Young men and boys putting on masks, dressing up in women’s busty clothing and tackling other kids with flour for six days during Carnival in Mexico. What’s not to love?

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Inside the Graveyard Mausoleums of Mexico

What do you see wandering around a dozen of Mexico’s colorful graveyards? What are inside all of these quaint little houses you keep coming across?

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The Aztec Dancers

Keeping alive a tradition that the Spanish conquistadors couldn’t kill off, today’s modern day Aztec Dancers form an essential part of important Church holidays and celebrations.

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Day of the Dead

An ancient custom with roots stretching back thousands of years, the Day of the Dead is one of Mexico’s most import, and well-known, traditions.

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The Mexican Cowboys

The art of charrería.

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Ismael Sánchez

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Aztecas Abstractas

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Mexico at 55 MPH

1,000 miles as a passenger along Highway 15, from the north to the center of Mexico.

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