Olympic Stadium of The National Autonomous University of Mexico [UNAM].
The Magic of the Cities.
Zen promotes the rediscovery of the obvious, which is so often lost in its familiarity and simplicity. It sees the miraculous in the common and magic in our everyday surroundings. When we are not rushed, and our minds are unclouded by conceptualizations, a veil will sometimes drop, introducing the viewer to a world unseen since childhood. ~John Greer
You don't take a photograph, you make it. ~Ansel Adams
The Earth Has Music For Those Who Listen.
"I still find each day to short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read and all the friends I want to see"
~ John Burroughs
De pronto vi mi cabeza
en el espacio perdida,
sin pensamiento y sin vida
y sin humana impureza.
Sentí profunda extrañeza,
más luego extendí mi lodo
y fui descubriendo el modo
de hacer mi cuerpo infinito.
El polvo al polvo remito,
Dejo de ser y soy todo.
"Hope someone could translate this. Thanks."
A new sculpture as part of exhibit "Benches Dialogue" at Paseo de la Reforma, main street of the city. It has no name and no name of the sculptor (I call it 'Two Faces' for obvious reasons).
"Baile en el parque los Sabados", originalmente planeado por el Gobierno de la Ciudad de Mexico, para las personas de la tercera edad, actualmente disfrutan de estos eventos, jovenes y gente de todas las edades, para aprovechar el sabor de bailar al aire libre, tomar lecciones y lucir los ultimos pasos de baile. El gozo del baile en todo su esplendor! Feliz Fin de Semana. Happy Week-End.
Of pre-Hispanic origin, Cuexcomate is the place where the grains keep during the year and avoids that it is contaminated with plagues. Already they are left only a few in Xoyatla, because they have been replaced by inns of metal and plastic. In the foreground a work by Federico Silva call "Orbitales" (Orbitals) located at Borda Gardens in Cuernavaca. [ Granero o Troje para guardar grano, de origen Prehispanico, aun en uso en comunidades del oriente del estado de Morelos, Mx. ]
The cathedral, began life as a Franciscan friary, fortress-like complex. The side portal of the church has a fine colonial-Plateresque façade with, above the gable, the symbols of a crown, cross, skull and bones framed by an alfiz.
Detail, for Kate.
The Chapel of the Third Order, at the rear of the monastery building, has a very typical Mexican Baroque façade, embellished with a small figure representing Hernán Cortés. Like the chapel's lovely carved wooden altar (1735), the façade shows strong Indian influence.
The gilded 18th century altarpiece, restored and in beautiful condition, it is one of the few colonial baroque retablos to survive both the neoclassical vogue that swept through many churches in the region during the late 1700s and early 1800s.
In front, The Chapel of St. Jude Thaddeus.
Location for a TV series, the entrance of Cuernavaca Cathedral, formerly a Franciscan monastery, its construction begun in 1533 under the supervision of Hernan Cortes. Cuernavaca is a beautiful place very near Mexico City.