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Radishes In My Onions

You’ve Got Radishes On My Onions

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While in Mazatlan we spent some time in the Mercado Municipal in old-town. The market covers one entire city block and is very interesting to visit and wander around in. I took lots of photos while at the market and the onions and radishes above are one of the produce shots I got. Don’t ask me why taking pictures of …

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Emerald Bay Ruins

Ruins?

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I wanted to share this image because I love the detail (at least there is a lot of detail in the original), and the techniques that were used by the people that built the hotel that evokes such feelings of ancient mystery. I haven’t found that hotels or resorts pay that much attention to detail or take the extra steps …

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Rotunda

Rotunda

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Is the jungle taking over?  It looks like it, but I don’t think so… This is a follow-up to the previous post, “Distressed”. This was shot with my new Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 lens at 14mm.  Taken from the balcony of the hotel, this shows a different perspective of the rotundas on the back side of buildings.  I like this view …

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Distressed Rotunda - Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay

Distressed

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In February I spent some time in Mazatlan, Mexico (which is one reason why I haven’t posted anything recently). I wanted to try some HDR photography while there, but did not have access to a tripod. Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting some “Hand-Held HDR” or H3DR photos. I’ve been debating about which photos to post first, and …

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