Last monday night I took off to see and photograph some aspects of Oaxaca in Mexico focusing on some aspects of the Day of the Dead celebrations, or as we call it here in Mexico, Dia de Muertos. I’ve just had the chance of posting a few images on instagram and my facebook fanpage, now I’m working on the full bunch of photos in Lightroom, so soon I’ll have some on display here, in the meantime I like to share with you the lovely light and colours that shine early on that magical city.
Well, I’m live again on the blog. For some strange reasons I’m still struggling with making a habit of posting at least two times a week, perhaps it’s the loads of things to do, the loads of images made and in need to be organised and processed, or just a lack of connection with my thoughts and ideas.
The last time I posted the last days of winter were giving way for springtime, now Summer is about to come, plants are in full bloom and fruit is hanging from trees. Here at home there is a papaya tree that gifts us the sweet flavour of its fruit, likewise I share this image with you readers as a present for being away so many weeks.