One A Day – 1060 – Tlalpujahua

Skull Mugs – with and without mustaches…

Cobblestone streets, chalet-like buildings, small town life

The Banks Are Open for Business

Colonial Streets

Hide in Plain Sight

Vaguely Apen Flowers

Abaceria & Licoreria

Backpacks, messenger bags, balloons, pumpkins, masks, sweats, blankie…

On the steps below the cathedral

Traditional Preserved Fruits

In Fine Detail

Up the Stairs

Bell Tower and Clock

Gateway

Walkway

Chapel on Upper Plaza

Cathedral – Amazing combination of styles

Cathedral – High on the Hill

Modern Adaption of Old Styles

View from the Top

Details

  • Photowalk 
  • Feria de las Esferas
  • Tlalpujahua, Michoacán, México
  • October 28, 2017
  • Copyright, all rights reserved

As I post this set from my visit to Tlalpujahua it is the Day of the Dead and we’re getting ready for another photo trip to the area around Lake Janitzio. I’m excited, but I was excited for this trip also. Tlalpujahua is known as Mexico’s Christmas town because they make beautiful, hand blown ornaments that are sold all over Mexico and the world. They are truly beautiful, but so it the town itself. It is an old mining town, hilly, wooded, and somewhat alpen with a mixture of architectures that are unique to this area. Even if you are not a lover of all things Christmas it is definitely worth the time to visit.

I will be going back to Tlalpujahua. How can I not? I didn’t buy any ornaments or visit the old mine, or go to the famous ceramic factory…. One day, a part of a day is not enough. But, for you – there will be another set of photos from this trip tomorrow.

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