Faces: Mexico

As I continue on my trip, which has been both a constant thrill and a gargantuan challenge, I have planned to improve one of my hobbies/interest/skill very dear to my person: photography. And though nowadays it seems that anyone with an apt camera device can be a photographer, I certainly believe it takes more than just pointing, shooting, and filter. For countless years I have more than enjoyed capturing images and through those years I have certainly developed a style, composition, and a color palette preference. Therefore, right this minute, I believe it is the time I proclaim myself a photographer (how strange to actually express the title). Before my trip, I began this series, with the purpose of showing the world the faces that come and go around me. To further expand my street photography interest, I present to you, the many Faces of Mexico. 

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Post-earthquake a few friends and I visited nearby towns in Morelos. Here, I capture a sincere smile to a passing boy who was more than ecstatic for juice. 
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Recounting his personal earthquake experience.

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Teotihuacan
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A brave woman in Xochimilco running her floating restaurant. And she cooked everything, from tacos to full plates of mole with rice and chicken. 

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Post lunch gossip sesh. 

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The following images are of the beautiful people who later became my friends. Thank you all for the wonderful experiences ❤

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And an even greater thank you to this siiiick dude for giving me your time, silly jokes, and comfy bed. 

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