Mama's kitchen . Mexico

Who does a backsplash better than a Mexican kitchen?

Huichol Embroidery    Colorful embroidery adorns the clothing of Huichol artisans attending the 2010 Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Huichol Embroidery Colorful embroidery adorns the clothing of Huichol artisans attending the 2010 Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I had so much fun here when I went a few years ago and met a lot of amazing people from all over the world!

Tortiando - to have a greater appreciation of the differences between cultures, we should all take the opportunity to live as others live.

Tortillas echas a mano ~ Guatemala

Tunas just outside the mercado. Tunas are sold everywhere in Zacatecas; at topes, on the street, anywhere a person stops, there will be crates and crates of them. Here you can see some enchilada (with chile).

Zacatecas Tunas or Cactus Pear, Mexico. Love me some tunas

Dance of the Papantla Flyers

Mexico - Dance of the Papantla Flyers, Mexico

sophiaczb:    shownomarcy:    Ballet Folklórico de Puebla by Misraim Alvarez on Flickr.  I like my culture.    Amazing    Excelente foto!!

Ballet Folklórico de Puebla by Misraim Alvarez on Flicker

Patzcuaro region, Michoacan, Mexico. http://nerd-girlsromanticsandtime-travelers.blogspot.com/

Day of the Dead, Patzcuaro region, Michoacan, Mexico~Image © Anna Fishkin.

Yucatan Adventure is a volunteer Eco-Travel Guide by the Maya Foundation In Laakeech A.C. a sustainable civil society association in Yucatan, Mexico, dedicated to Sustainable Geo-Tourism, helping travelers learn about Yucatan's Colonial and Maya Culture, local Mayan people, and their tradition

Hot chocolate and sweet bread/chocolate y pan dulce

Oaxaca, Mexico

Decorated skull, Oaxaca, Day of the Dead

Acueducto de Morelia, Mexico: Learn more about Mexico, its business, culture and food by joining ANZMEX http://www.anzmex.org.au OR like our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/ANZMEX

Acueducto de Morelia, Mexico: Learn more about Mexico, its business, culture and food.

All things Mexico.Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of  these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul.    (Escaramuza Riders by Emilio Garcia Salazar)

All things Mexico.Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength…

Michoacan Morning. Mexico

ilovemymariachilife: “ by Luis Montemayor ”

loteria. i remember playing this with my mom when I was a kid #memories #mexico

Mexican Loteria: idea for La Dama costume :)

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(My grandmother in Nicaragua used to make tortillas exactly like this until my aunt's decided it was time to change.sad really)The People of México: Woman cooking tortillas in Pantamban, Michoacán taken by Martin Castro Rosa

La Paz, Mexico - Dia de los Muertas

˚Dia De Los Muertos - Day of the Dead - Baja, Mexico

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