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San Miguel Allende, Part 3

The Mask Museum, Cañada de la Virgen and other adventures around San Miguel Allende Continue reading

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San Miguel Allende, Part 2

San Miguel Allende in the early morning, and when the light go down… Continue reading

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San Miguel Allende, Part 1

You have never seen color like in San Miguel Allende Continue reading

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Back in Mexico City , Part 2

More from Mexico City. Food first, as always… Sanborns is a local chain where the servers wear the strangest cape/collar. Worn over a blouse and skirt, it looks like a a mashup of traditional  mexican garb and Star Trek. The … Continue reading

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Cambodia: The markets of Siam Riep

The main market of Siam Riep covered a whole block. Around it’s perimeter were stalls that mostly sold dry good, like this seller of tens of varieties of rice. And this cart selling satay. But the inside of the market is … Continue reading

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All my Waterloo Street Sketches

More from the Urban Sketchers Symposium, Singapore. When you teach a workshop on Waterloo Street 3 days in a row, and you demo at every one of the workshops, and you go in a day early and draw on location, and draw … Continue reading

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