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Sayulita after sunset (before and after processing)

The above photo is the .jpg file straight out of the camera, but that isn’t really what the scene looked like in person. For the more accurate photograph some processing of the RAW file was required.

The below image is after a couple minutes of processing with Photoshop Adobe CC and Topaz AI DeNoise.

If you click on the images to get to their full sizes you’ll be able to see the differences better.

Three months ago…

Jardin De La Union (Guanajuato, Mexico)

…this was the view from the top of my hotel (Hotel Posada Santa Fe) in Guanajuato, Mexico. This composite image is a 6-photo photomerge of the Jardin De La Union.

Plaza del Baratillo

Plaza del Baratillo (Guanajuato, Mexico)

Plaza del Baratillo can also be found in my hometown of Ashland, Oregon.

Guanajuato mailman

Guanajuato mailman mexico

#cartero #mexico

Happy Day of the Dead!

guanajuato day of the dead dolls

Day of the Dead dolls from a street vendor in Guanajuato, Mexico

#guanajuato #mexico #dayofthedead #dolls

2019 International Cervantino Festival winds down

Rainbow steps at University of Guanajuato

#guanajuato #mexico #47FIC @cervantino @UdeGuanajuato

Today/tonight will end the nearly 20-day run that is the 47th edition of the International Cervantino Festival in Guanajuato, Mexico. I just happened to be here for nearly half of those days. The last few days have featured this art installation on the steps of the University of Guanajuato. Besides the rainbow of colors shown here, there were various moving light works that gave the appearance of a snake, or other objects, pulsating or moving up and down the stairs. The visuals were incredible. I took this on Wednesday night but went back on Friday night to sit in the second-story bar across the street for a better view. I was mesmerized by the display for an hour or so.

There are dozens, if not hundreds, of things going on at once in the city during the festival. The crowds can be incredible in size–especially on the two Saturday nights I was here.

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