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daheissimo:

Gabriel Figueroa
Reconocido fotógrafo mexicano, famoso por sus innumerables participaciones en películas de la época de oro del cine mexicano

daheissimo:

Gabriel Figueroa

Reconocido fotógrafo mexicano, famoso por sus innumerables participaciones en películas de la época de oro del cine mexicano

humansofnewyork:

"I was carrying a steel pipe at work, and it brushed up against an electrical wire. When I woke up, I saw that everything was gone, and I just started crying. It’s like I’m a kid again. They clean me, they put me to bed, they wipe my butt, and they even hold my birdie when I pee. I’ve been begging for money in this same spot for 20 years. All that I can do is try to get my bread every day until God decides to take me home."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I was carrying a steel pipe at work, and it brushed up against an electrical wire. When I woke up, I saw that everything was gone, and I just started crying. It’s like I’m a kid again. They clean me, they put me to bed, they wipe my butt, and they even hold my birdie when I pee. I’ve been begging for money in this same spot for 20 years. All that I can do is try to get my bread every day until God decides to take me home."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

newyorker:

Two border-patrol officers attempt to keep a fugitive in the U.S. in this photo from National Geographic’s archive (Luis Marden/National Geographic). Click through to see more.

newyorker:

Two border-patrol officers attempt to keep a fugitive in the U.S. in this photo from National Geographic’s archive (Luis Marden/National Geographic). Click through to see more.

bio-mechanic:

Afromexican boy playing the quijada in Cuajinicuilapa, Guerrero for the Danza de Diablos , a dance of Afromexican origins performed during dia de muertos in the Costa Chica of Guerrero and Oaxaca.

instagram:

Treasure Hunting in Mexico City with @lanzgg

For more photos of Jacinta’s street treasures, follow @lanzgg on Instagram.

“This city is a place full of life, loud noises and big smiles. It is saturated with colors and flavors,” explains Mexico City Instagrammer Jacinta Lanz (@lanzgg). Though Jacinta is originally from Dayton, Ohio, she moved to Mexico City as a young child and has found artistic inspiration in her adopted country ever since. “I’m on the lookout for color, decay and people. When I find all of those things together, I feel like I’ve won the lottery. Places that look forgotten, old, dirty or even ugly often become treasures for me. I find something extraordinary, in the everyday ordinary.”

fnhfal:
vivirenmexico:

Textiles Mexicanos

vivirenmexico:

Textiles Mexicanos

jlfeixa:

Mexico DF - 2014

jlfeixa:

Mexico DF - 2014

alxi-tochtli:

Coqueteo.
Querétaro

alxi-tochtli:

Coqueteo.

Querétaro

thehollowsquare:

desierto de sonora, graciela iturbide

 

thehollowsquare:

desierto de sonora, graciela iturbide

 

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