We recently completed a five-day challenge to post photos of Mexico Markets on the Facebook group page for Mexico Travel Photography. Members posted 158 photos. We have over 250 members and there’s room for many more!
Next up is a challenge for September 15 and 16: Post ONE photo to honor Mexico Independence Day. Bring out the red, white and green! Do you have something to contribute?
Here is a selection of photos from last week’s Mexico Markets challenge to tempt you to see the full display at the Facebook page site.
The Mexico Travel Photography group is a bunch of photographers from around the world who love Mexico. We range from beginners to professionals. All levels are welcome and our goal is to share, appreciate and learn from each other!
We all see things from a different point of view.
From the close-up texture of this mamey fruit with the taste of creamy yam, to the night shot below during Day of the Dead.
Markets in Mexico are anywhere and everywhere, even alone by the roadside.
Who would have thought a tangle of ropes would make a terrific photo? Marnie!
This photo, above, is of the same Xoxocotlan market stall shot by Deby Thompson above. Look what Liz focused in on.
Margarita’s face is a constant marvel to me. I’ve been buying woven palm baskets from her for years.
The composition of this photo with the fruit tablecloth backdrop says it all.
There are many outstanding photos on the Facebook Group page I didn’t post here. This is just to tantalize you to go take a look!