San Miguel de Allende

Here’s a throwback photo from two years ago.  I took a trip with a close friend and we visited San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico City, Puebla, and Cholula.  The trip was not without difficulties — we had intended to travel via Houston, which ended up seeing airport closures due to Tropical Storm Harvey.  When we finally made it to Mexico, we had lost a day in San Miguel Allende.

I had quite a few things I wanted to photograph in San Miguel, including its landmark church, the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel.  The gothic towers of the Parroquia can be seen from all over San Miguel, and it is one of the most photographed churches in all of Mexico.

Of the many church photos I took, I liked this one best. I stood on this street for quite some time waiting for just the right vehicle to drive by.  My patience was rewarded when the yellow Volkswagen passed through.

























3 comments on “San Miguel de Allende”

  1. Dean says:

    That palm infront of the church ruined the shot for me….

    1. Peter says:

      Maybe it would be better as a crop, concentrating on the alley and the car…

  2. Lorena says:

    A perfect moment!

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