Another belated post of vacation photos. Rodrigo and I traveled to Mexico this past May to celebrate his birthday. We visited 4 cities in 8 days. It was a jam-packed schedule but we still managed to find time to relax at the beach.
I have a ton of pictures from Frida Kahlo’s home in Mexico City. I couldn’t resist taking pictures of the beautiful blue walls and the lush gardens. Oaxaca was also a super fun city to photograph. I loved the bustling marketplace.
My biggest goal was to use two rolls of film in a short amount of time. I was just shy of that, but I’m very happy with the photos I ended up with.
I loved taking photos of La Casa Azul. The bright blue walls were begging to be photographed.
One of the few pictures of me during my trip to Mexico
Lens change at La Casa Azul
Inside the main post office in Mexico City
Fine arts museum in Mexico City
Cathedral doors of the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City.
On the roof of the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City.
Rodrigo took surfing lessons while we were at Puerto Escondido
Rodrigo and Victor’s surf teachers
View from our hotel of Puerto Escondido
Markets in Oaxaca
Crunchy chapulines (grasshoppers) in the Oaxacan market
A beautiful, private-owned museum in Oaxaca that features local photographers.