Being the largest lake in Mexico, the views around Lake Chapala are vast expanses of water and sky. In the stormy, wet season of summer, clouds often interrupt the endless azure, but from fall through spring the skies are usually clear and the lake still.

Using a special...

The spirit of revolution is alive & well in Mexico, and celebrated with a national holiday each November 20.

I'll add more to this post later. In the meantime, check out the photos below and then see this photo essay about the

Mother's Day in Mexico is probably not like what you're used to wherever you come from. In Mexico, it always falls on May 10 and here in Jalisco, it's sometimes celebrated with games in the community bullrings. Certainly, not everyone observes Mother's Day like this, but as...

This past Tuesday was the Day of the Dead, my fifth in Mexico, and as always it was two beautiful days of traditions and remembrance, during one of Mexico's most famous, and most Mexican, of holidays.

I had an amazing time going from town to town visiting the cemeteries...

Fishing is one of the important industries at Lake Chapala, Mexico, providing income and putting food on the table for some people. Though pole fishing is not uncommon, the most popular way to catch fish is with hand-thrown nets, tossed from a boat or by someone who's waded...

Fine Art Photography Prints of Mexico

Aztec Dancers during a procession for Our Lady of the Rosary in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico