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People are wonderful

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

Many people ask me what I have learned from all of the experiences in my life, and I say unhesitatingly: People are wonderful. It is true. People really are wonderful.

From Believe: The Words and Inspiration of Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Shadows & windows, color

Alvarado, Veracruz. MEX

Late night in Alvarado.

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Boat

Alvarado, Veracruz. MEX

Boat, alone and tethered. She would like to go to the ball. But even if she could get away, she could never go in this.

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Zócalo

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

This is the city square, or Zócalo, of Alvarado, Veracruz. It’s gorgeous and one of the most beautifully laid out squares I’ve seen. For a town of 50,000, it’s quite large. This building is the elementary school.

F and I spent New Year’s at this Zócalo. The square was packed with folks formally dressed and festive. There was also a live band and fun music directly in front of the school.

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

In front of the school and to the left, you’ll find the town church. Alvarado is one of the oldest port cities in Mexico. A lot of care and attention was spent on the architecture here. A good example of this deliberate consideration is the church and the town Zócalo.

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

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Shadows & windows

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

Image for today: One stone killed Goliath.

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Red door

Alvardao, Veracruz. MEX

When I took this picture, it was late. Maybe 11:00pm. I remembered thinking that the texture, lighting, color, and overall feeling on this street was perfect.

Alvarado, Veracruz. MEX

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Tree

Guanajuato, MEX

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