iTRAVEL with my iCAMERA

iPHONETRAVEL / Mexico City / iPhone 6s Plus / Snapseed

Follow along, see what I see, as I travel with my iCamera in Mexico and beyond.

I will be traveling light, moving slow, planning as little as possible.

Mostly street photography, but anything else that catches my eye.

 

FASH ON

This street scene in Mexico's Zona Rosa is a reminder that Spring is the time for repairs and new beginnings.

Hasta mañana.

 

SELFIES

This is the corner of Mexico City's park, the Alameda, with the Palacio de Bellas Artes in the background. These days, it could be almost anywhere people gather.

Hasta mañana.

 

PATTERNS, MEXICO CITY 2016

PATTERNS

Hasta mañana.

 

MEXICAN STREET

THE APPOINTMENT

Hasta mañana.

 

MEXICAN STILL LIFE, DAY LILIES

This candid, or found, as opposed to formal, still life is from the Mercado San Juan de Pugibet, scene of several of my interior street photos.

From Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, hasta mañana.

 

LUNCHTIME, MEXICO CITY

I love shooting street photography. I love shooting black and white. I love shooting color. People, places, things. Indoors, outdoors, through doors. Gritty, pretty. I love shooting street photography. Especially with my iPhone 6s Plus.

From Taos, New Mexico, hasta mañana.

 

FIFTEEN LITTLE PIGGIES WENT TO MARKET (AND ONE CABRITO)

This is what I saw when I took my street photography inside a Mexico City market, El Mercado San Juan de Pugibet in Mexico City. I went there for tapas in the famed San Juan Tapas, which is only half the size it was on my last visit in April of 2015; but the tapas were still great. I'm not sure, but I believe the change is related to their having opened another location in the city.

Hasta mañana.

 

 

MORNING AFTER

8:03 AM, MARZO 09, 2016 CIUDAD DE MÉXICO

This morning at eight o'clock, I opened one eye, and through my hotel window, this is what greeted me! What a nice way to start a day!

Hasta luego,

 

STREET FEET CDMX

I got a couple of good shots today, while walking around my old Mexico City haunts. This was a favorite.

From Ciudad de Mexico, Centro, Hasta mañana.