This is a church in La Chona, Jalisco, coming into view between the nopales cactus. This picture was taken in Chuy's backyard.
In San José de Gracia, Aguascalientes, the Cristo Roto statue at the dam is breathtaking. Placed high on a hill it can be seen for miles around.
The cathedral in Guadalajara, Jalisco and the main plaza.
The Degollado Theater, Guadalajara, Jalisco.
An Indian family resting on a bench in Aguascalientes. He dances to earn money for the family. She is loving her baby while their two older children play.
In the flea market in downtown Aguascalientes.
The mountains are named "Cerro de Muerte" (Death Mountain) because it looks like a corpse lying down. You can see the forehead, nose, chin, hands folded and feet.
At the Rancho Capomo, Las Palmas, Jalisco. Such a typical Mexican scene.
The Malecon in Puerto Vallarta, taken from the balcony of La Chata restaurant.
My favorite statue on the Malecon, Puerto Vallarta.
I hope you enjoyed my writings and photos and perhaps learned a little about Mexico, the people and their lives.
I look forward to returning, some day, to beautiful Mexico and the gracious and kind-hearted people. Until then...