Goodbye Mexico

Last weekend I moved out from Mexico City into Bucharest. Mexico City was an amazing experience, full of street photography opportunities, amazing people, and colorful streets and corners. It only takes a bit of luck to bump into something interesting to shoot. I focused mainly in street portraits, but also managed to get a few other things.

I lived in Mexico for almost two years and from all the places I stayed in, I think its been one of the bests, it has a huge list of bad things, as any other big city, but the good really overcome the bad.

So if you are at least thinking of visiting Mexico don’t give it a second thought just do it, you won’t regret it.

For me a new adventure begins in Bucharest. Hope I can soon start posting picts from here πŸ™‚

Just a few picts from what I did in Mexico to say goodbye, (very difficult to make a selection, so I am posting a random set).

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12 thoughts on “Goodbye Mexico

  1. very fine portrayal of life in a nutshell! what do you do for living that you can live some years in a country not your own and next to another one? sounds like a very fine adventure life you have.

    • Thanks, actually is not as adventurous as it seem, or i will like it to be, but i been lucky to have the opportunity to move from one place to another πŸ™‚ Even thou at some point it gets tiresome, or maybe its age…

  2. Great photographs, you look at them and you see a whole story of the person being portrayed. You must have an amazing talent of making strangers trust you, I’m a little jealous. I was thinking of moving to Mexico after Moscow and I think that after seeing your pictures I’m even more convinced πŸ™‚

    • Thanks for the nice comments, Mexico is wonderful, but as many other places, highly depends on the neighborhood you will be living. Has a lot to offer from a cultural and party perspective. Sadly some areas are consider red zones, but the good truly overcome the bad.

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