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Winter on the plains of central Kansas. Surveying went 7 days per week until complete. Snows would come and go. Blizzard one day, sunny blue and melt off the…

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This is the last set in this mini series of Mexico for awhile. I apologize for the dirty images. I wanted to get them posted and failed to clean them properly. …

Sierra Madre Oriental. These rugged mountains of the eastern portion of Mexico are steep and difficult. Spanning 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) the Sierra Madre…

Clean water is a big issue in parts of Mexico. These young boys were off to the town water faucet to fill their jugs. They caught me taking their photograph but…

Indigenous peoples of Mexico, Native Mexicans, or Mexican Native Americans are those who are part of communities that trace their roots back to populations and…

Shot with a 250mm zoom using my old Pentax. I stepped out on the balcony of my hotel in central Guadalajara to catch this native having a smoke, then another…

This kind gentle Mexican man has skills over the top. Though most of us love nature and want to just photograph our animal kindred- there is a place for…

Wonderful people, culture and food! Most tourists flock to the Mexican beaches or ruins of the Yucatan- but the interior is worth a trip to taste the real…

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Had some fun playing with light, back ground blur and vignette. All taken with natural light one hour before sunset. Which one is your favorite?

Experimenting with no contrast and colorless? Normally, we are green green with blue skies here at my place in North Texas. Today was mostly colorless and cold.…

The winter sunsets in the Lone Star state have been spectacular lately (between storms). This ol' bull plantar grabbed my eye against the setting sun.

My first post to 52frame Wabi-Sabi. I posted a similar image a few weeks ago here on PB under Historic Medicine. Anyway not perfect but my first try. Saving for…
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