It is simply amazing to see these monster cruise-ships in Cozumel Mexico. My husband and I spent a few weeks in this beautiful location on the Caribbean Sea. And because we were close to the water, we could watch the harbor activity, which is really captivating. I’ve never seen so many cruise-ships in one …

Water reflections at Centro de Artes de San Agustin

We visited San Agustin Etla Arts Center in Mexico a few years ago, and I always wanted to make a post on this ever since. The opportunity came with a WP challenge on reflections. Just perfect, because most of my photos taken there are based on water reflections. I never had such a surrealistic …

Like owner like horse

I title this humorous photo I took in Cozumel, Mexico “Like owner like horse” 🙂 If you have visited Mexico, you know that the people in this country are very creative. But all inventions have been created based on a need for them. And in Mexico, one definitely needs a hat whether a tourist …

Turquoise water of Cancun

If you want to jump for joy, Cancun, Mexico with it’s blue Caribbean water is a good choice to go. In the summer it may be a little hot there, although on the water it’s quite comfortable. But in the summer everybody can find great places to jump in the water. In the cold …

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 …