Tourist season is winding down here in Taos. But there are still some chances available to indulge in a bit of street photography. Any time I'm out of the house and there are strangers about, I can be found “shooting street”.
If I'm at home, I will be shooting other things, flowers, still lifes, etc., or more likely, working on, or as in this instance, playing with images on my iPad.
Tourists on a summer afternoon in Taos, New Mexico.
I shot this one evening while walking back to my hotel after dinner in Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico.
Calle Luis Pasteur, Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico.
The 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a great place for a hamburger and a shake. This wall is on the side of their parking lot on Central Avenue, the former Route 66.
Crossing East Palace after a spring shower.
IPhone 4s / ACDSee / Snapseed
The Hat Vendor plies his trade daily in front of the Parroquia in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
It was my last morning in Queretaro. After breakfast in the courtyard of the Hotel Hidalgo, I took a walk around the artisans' market, took a few photos, and caught a taxi to the bus station on my way to Mexico City.
Shots like this are the reason I love shooting street photography in Mexico. But then, you know, I love it wherever I am.
See you tomorrow…