While San Miguel de Allende is a beautiful colonial city, Queretaro is a very close second. It’s only an hour from SMA and has a beautiful colonial central area. Bill and I had to take the car in for service today and Queretaro has the closest dealership so while the car was being serviced we decided to stroll the downtown streets. It’s quite beautiful with parks, churches, restaurants and shops.
It pours. This video was from last weekend’s rain storm. I think it was somewhere near Hernandez Macias and De La Luz in centro. This poor taxicab driver didn’t realize how deep the water was and I’m sure was very sorry he attempted the crossing.
George Carlin was so ahead of his time. Bill and I were lucky enough to have attended one of his performances in 1975 at UNLV. #AmericaWakeUp
It’s amazing to me that people complain about wearing a mask during this pandemic. Here’s a short video that might put things in perspective.
I’m not a big fan of HDR as so often it looks over-baked, but when you’re bored at home it’s kind of fun to see what you can create using the HDR processing. Her are a few photos from our trip to Morelia that I processed as HDR images. Enjoy! P.S. While I was at I decided to swap out the skies using Skylum’s Luminar program. It does a pretty
My good friend, Ted Davis, recently published a book called Eternal San Miguel de Allende: Celebrating the Hidden Treasures of a Timeless Town. Ted is an extraordinary photographer with his gallery (Ted Davis Galería de Fotografía) on Zacateros. (Featured photo by Ted Davis) I had the pleasure and privilege to work with Ted on his book. It truly is the quintessential book of San Miguel de Allende. The are over