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Three Engaged Women :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2007 Patrick Esmonde
Three Engaged Women
Mexico Textures 03 :: Oaxaca de Juarez, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mexico Textures 03  Like an old map filled with exotic places, this wall leaves us with more questions than answers.  Who walked by here?  Was a couple´s first kiss leaning up against it?  Did someone weep upon it mourning the loss of a loved one?  Did kids play and make memories here?  If only this wall could speak.
Cementerio Viejo Xoxo 12 :: Santa Cruz Xoxocotlán, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Cementerio Viejo Xoxo 12
Fresco 1 :: Teotihuacán, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Fresco 1
El Museo Nacional De Antropología 2 :: Mexico City, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
El Museo Nacional De Antropología 2
San Xavier Del Bac Mission 04 :: San Xavier del Bac Mission, Arizona :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
San Xavier Del Bac Mission 04  I love texture... especially with old wood.  Usually, the photographic process doesn´t do much justice to rich textures, but this shot had everything I was looking for.  The natural light streaming in the open door wasn´t too bright and gave good balance to the image.
Nazca Hummingbird :: Nazca, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Nazca Hummingbird  Probably the most popular image of the Nazca lines (las lineas de Nasca), the hummingbird was pretty cool. We made a few passes because it was hard to capture, even in an airplane. This image has been a near-national icon for Peru for some time. It is sewn on hats and underwear and inked on skin as tattoos.
Limosnas :: Buenos Aires, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Limosnas  I found this priest collecting money for the poor on the street and loved the look of passion and humbleness.  The phrase on the box translates as: "There isn´t anybody too poor that they don´t have anything to give, and there isn´t anybody too rich that they have nothing to receive."
El Castillo :: Chichén Itzá, México :: © 2002 Patrick Esmonde
El Castillo

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