domingo, 22 de marzo de 2009

life is a dream.

I want to live dreaming, about a happy tree and beutiful clows with funny figures in the blue sky.

I want to dream about the sun rise and me being awake all nigth. I want to dream I am flying high over the sea, and feel the wind in my eyes. I want to dream about a dream with pink roses and the soft skin of my mom, and me braken all the chaines in my life. I want to dream about love and chocolates, and a passionated kiss in the middle of the nigth. I want to live my life dreaming and always waking up with a good feeling.

sábado, 21 de marzo de 2009

first day of the spring in Cuautla

Magic region I went last nigth, camping there for the second time (the first time was two years ago) it was again magical, and mistic.

it supost to be a 400 years b.c. when idians used to live there its an astronomic place like Stonhenge, people go there to revitalize the energy for this year.

some pictures in Cuautla Jalisco.

jueves, 19 de marzo de 2009

Mamá Licho

In the image my grandmother in the right side, she was goodmother of her friend "Anita", my grandmother on her twentys, rite before she got pregnant of my mom, maybe in 1948 or 1949.
my grandmother on her 17, she was pictured in 1942

riding her brother´s bike in the rigth my aunt Elba my grandmother in the left

here in the rigth my grandmother and left uncle elba with my aunts when they were little.

my grandmother used to work on a ministore, on the street 16 de septiembre and 8 de julio st. in Guadalajara.

sábado, 7 de marzo de 2009

Tuxcueca: the other side of Chapala

This is the lovely town were Im doing my research for my thesis. San Nicolas de Acuña, Jalisco.

jueves, 5 de marzo de 2009


my mom on her honey moon.

lunes, 2 de marzo de 2009

Welcome to "El tianguis"

paint of the artist Mauricio Fernandez. Nowadays we can see this view of the markets in some towns in Mexico.

Paint of Diego Rivera "el cargador de flores"

Mural of the Tianguis during the prehispanic times. The artist capture the oldest Tianguis in Mexico the traditional tianguis of Tlatelolco in Mexico City.

The pictures behind were took in the traditional market "el Tianguis", this way of sell and buy products in the street begun since prehispanic times. They are placed in diferent parts of the city of Guadalajara, people go to this markets to buy fresh fruits, vegetables, etc. El tianguis its full of colors and it could gets crowd. The view of Tianguis has been inspirational for many artist. look images above.


corn leaves, that are used to do Tamales.

Chiles and seeds
fresh veggies

On this image Maria del Rosario and Angelina let me took this picture, they come to work from their town in the state of Michoacan(like 2.5 hrs from Guadalajara), they told me they get paid a daily salary, aproximatly $80.pesos (or 7 dls) after the season they go back to their towns (were are no electricity, clinics, schools or jobs), on my school was presented one day a documentary about the abuse of indigens people, is increible how people abuse of them, its not fear they have to work all day behind the sun for that money, but, do they have another choise? probably not afterwars in many towns in Mexico people live in unhuman conditions (extreme poverty), subsequently they come to work to the city as an alternative of their surviving .
The girls on the picture told me they are "indigenas" Purepechas and they speak purepecha and spanish too eventhough they coldnt go to school, they looked happy when they saw the image on my camara (I promised to give them the copy of this picture next sunday) .