I always feel that, to get a good understanding of a place- you have to photograph everything. It’s not always about the beautiful parts of the place, as important as those might be. To get a real feel of the ground you’re standing on, when you travel and visit different places- it’s always a good thing to photograph real life as you see it before you. That’s the true essence of the city.
Here are some tidbits of Tequila, Mexico:
What I do feel about this place? Tourist-driven. Plenty of churches make for an air of spirituality. A sense of mystery. A confusing riot of colourful streets, with colourful characters. A slight aloofness. A lot of beauty. Earthy vibes. These are just my views- as a tourist. What do you think these pictures convey? Or, if you have visited/lived in Tequila, Mexico, what do you think about the place? Do my thoughts echo yours, or is your view different?