The father of Mexican independence
The city of Guanajuato, the capital of the state, is a continual lesson in a history scattered along its main streets and the more than 2,000 alleyways that snake up the hills past countless multicolored houses.
Travel through time with a song
I came to Guanajuato in Mexico for the beauty of its multicolored houses snaking up the hills around this picturesque Mexican city. But I stayed for the music and the fun.
The story behind the Alley of the Kiss
Guanajuato state, three hours from Mexico City by car, is where Mexican Independence from Spain first took root but, despite its revolutionary past, it is now one of the most peaceful places in the troubled country.
The technique behind spontaneity
The most enjoyable aspect of being a photographer is finding myself in a variety of different situations. The most challenging aspect is how to convey one's own feelings at those very moments.
Tilting at windmills sometimes pays off
In colonial times, the mines of Guanajuato accounted for two thirds of the world's silver production and that wealth, besides being spent on churches and grand houses, was also used to establish a cultural tradition that persists to this day.