I have a passion for cycling and photography. Recently, I began to find an artistic treasure in the murals of the streets of the places I visited. This is just a small sample of the more than 100 images I have photographed, all exceptionally beautiful and original.

#1

My Wings

My Wings

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#2

Ant And Offering Of The Mexican Fiesta Of The Dead

Ant And Offering Of The Mexican Fiesta Of The Dead

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#3

Street Still-Life

Street Still-Life

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#4

In The Urban Jungle

In The Urban Jungle

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#5

Revolutionary Hero Emiliano Zapata

Revolutionary Hero Emiliano Zapata

This mural is in the middle of nowhere. Among the first fields that the revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata distributed among the peasants.

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#6

Jazz In Tepoztlan, Morelos

Jazz In Tepoztlan, Morelos

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#7

Magic Bike

Magic Bike

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#8

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl, the mythical feathered serpent that was the most powerful god for the Teotihuacan's, Mexicans, Toltecs, Olmecs, and Maya, although for the latter it was called Kukulcan. This deity represents the duality between the physical condition of man, by his snake body, and his spiritual part, by his feathers.

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#9

Looking At The Street

Looking At The Street

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#10

Chinelo

Chinelo

Chinelo is the main character in the carnivals and traditional festivals of the state of Morelos and some municipalities of Mexico City. According to the House of Culture of Tlayacapan, it was in 1870 when a group of young natives of the place, tired of being excluded from the Carnival parties, since they themselves had to respect the fast of Lent, organized a gang, dressed up in clothes old woman covering her face with a handkerchief (or piece of blanket) and they began to shout, to whistle and to jump through the streets of the town, mocking the Spaniards.

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#11

Nest Of Eagles

Nest Of Eagles

Its name in Nahuatl language Cuauhtlah means Nest of Eagles, its etymology comes from cuauhtli, eagle and tlan, land of.

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#12

Who Said You Can't Have A Nice Garden In A Humble House?

Who Said You Can't Have A Nice Garden In A Humble House?

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#13

The Aztec Jaguar Warrior

The Aztec Jaguar Warrior

The Aztec jaguar warrior, called ocēlōpilli in the Nahuatl language, was a member of the Aztec army who served there as a professional soldier within his special forces. One of its peculiarities is that all jaguar warriors belonged to the lower class, the mācēhualtin, unlike what happened with their companions, the eagle warriors, who belonged to the nobility.

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#14

Hummingbird

Hummingbird

The Aztecs related the hummingbird with Huitzilopochtli, their god of war, for their aggressive attitude in defending their female from another male.

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#15

The Walls Speak And Also Observe!

The Walls Speak And Also Observe!

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#16

Throughout The State Of Morelos, We Can Find Emiliano Zapata

Throughout The State Of Morelos, We Can Find Emiliano Zapata

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#17

Catrina

Catrina

Catrina represents criticism of many poor Mexicans, who want to pretend a European lifestyle that does not belong to them. This is noted by the fact that the skull has no clothes but only the hat "... in the bones but with a French hat with its ostrich feathers."

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#18

The Heroes Of People

The Heroes Of People

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#19

You Can Always Have A Nice House. And Even With A Cat

You Can Always Have A Nice House. And Even With A Cat

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#20

To Continue Traveling

To Continue Traveling

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