Puebla

Puebla, Mexico

Puebla is one of the five most important Spanish colonial cities in Mexico. The city center is made of colonial houses, some of them having multicolor faience decorated façades. August 2007. Puebla est une des cinq plus importantes villes coloniales espagnoles du Mexique. Le centre-ville est constitué de maisons coloniales dont certaines façades sont ornées…

Xochicalco

Xochicalco, Mexico

Amerindian women come to the pyramid of the feathered serpent in Xochicalco for some rituals that have been conducted there for centuries. August 2007. Des femmes améridiennes viennent à la pyramide du serpent à plumes de Xochicalco pour des rituels qui y ont lieu depuis des siècles. Août 2007.

Oaxaca

Oaxaca, Mexico

Traditional music and dance in Oaxaca have their roots in the indigenous traditions that existed long before the Spanish arrived. In one of the most spectacular dances, women wear a large hat with figures made of flowers. August 2007. La musique et les danses traditionnelles à Oaxaca ont leurs racines dans les traditions indigènes antérieures…

Acapulco

Acapulco, Mexico

Dominguillo beach is a bit apart from the large resorts of the Acapulco bay. It is more used by local residents than by tourists. August 2007. La plage de Dominguillo est un peu à l’écart des grands hôtels de la baie d’Acapulco. Elle est plus fréquentée par les autochtones que par les touristes. Août 2007.

Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz

Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz, Mexico

I have to confess that I photographed these two Mexican people in the small city of Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz, in the mountains of Oaxaca, mostly because I liked the name of the place and was sure I would never be able to remember it. August 2007. Je dois admettre que j’ai photographié ces deux…

Taxco

Taxco, Mexico

These men are sitting on a bench in front of the Santa Prisca church in Taxco and do not seem to mind the traffic in the street. The city is heavily associated with silver mining. August 2007. Ces hommes sont assis sur un banc devant l’église de Santa Prisca à Taxco et ne semblent pas…