You have to be careful with the beautiful and intriguing jellyfish. Also when you see them swimming it’s like watching them carefully dancing.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Careful
This sculpture is flanking the gate of the facade of the Palace of Fine Arts, in Mexico City.
French sculptor André Allar (1845-1926) was the author. It is made with marble of Carrara, and it represents “The youth”, which is the name of the sculpture. Its height is 4 meters.
I just can’t help it, I love to eat in large amounts.
My sweet bubble girl (niece)
Who’s not happy in a Fiesta? This Fiesta and Street Fair took place on very hot summer days of July.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Happy Place
This door belongs to the Convent of the Immaculate Conception of the Discalced Carmelites, which was founded in 1698, in Toluca, State of Mexico.
This post is my entry for Thursday Doors.
My entry for Thursday Doors is about another door of Mexico City Cathedral, whose construction started in 1571 and was finished until 1813.
It is located at the left side of the Facade and Door of the Cathedral that I previously posted.
Both doors and the architectural design of the stone that surrounds the doors are very different. If you want to compare them, click on the link of the previous post, and tell me what you think.
This is my entry for Tuesday of Texture
Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries