Open door to dreams

The Open door to dreams is a surrealistic photo composition that I  made some years ago for a photography concept contest. The idea was to illustrate this text: “I hear it in the deep heart’s core” from “The Lake Isle of Innisfree,” by W.B. Yeats. The poem is about a place that the poet …

Merida metallic door screen

You can see many artistic doors in Merida, Mexico. Known for their ability of doing beautiful crafts and decorative art, Mexicans never get bored to create more. The Spanish and French colonial architecture stands out all over the country and Merida makes no exception. In Latin America people are trying to protect their entrances, …

El Castillo de Los Duendes, Oaxaca, Mexico

El Castillo De Los Duendes can be translated to The Castle of the Spirits. I’m talking about a weird concrete building looking like a Disneyland castle in Mexico. While visiting the state of Oaxaca, Mexico we also stayed in a beautiful town called Villa de Etla. Our hosts urged us to go and see …

Coco Bongo Disco Bar in Cancun, Mexico

I took these photos of the Cancun Coco Bongo Disco in 2010 but never thought that this Bar-Restaurant still existed. However, I just sold this postcard. Obviously somebody who has been there bought it 🙂 Apparently Cancun Coco Bongo disco bar not only exists, but it’s a very famous entertainment place. You can also …

Mercado Ajijic, Mexico

As a traveler, shopping at local markets in Mexico or grocery stores is a great cultural experience. This is true for every country in the world. Food is always a good indicator about  people’s customs and lifestyle. It’s different from country to country and even from region to region. It’s unique and characteristic. That’s …

Tulum Mayan ruins

Tulum Mayan ruins is a well known touristic destinations in Mexico and a must to visit place. For me seeing the Mayan pyramids was a dream since I was young. I was fortunate to visit them when we went down south escaping the cold Canadian winter 🙂 My husband and I went many times …

Turquoise water of Cancun

Cancun has the most turquoise water I’ve ever seen. A friend told me about this before, but it’s not the same as seeing it with your own eyes… Indeed, when my husband and I had the chance to visit this place for the first time, I just couldn’t believe it… Click on the photos …