Michael Reichmann and I had many adventures. This was made on one of them as he and I spent several days exploring some of the deepest non-nnglish parts of Mexico. This was a farmer watering his horse by a flooded plain with birds flying into the shot.
I was visiting my good friend Micahel Reichmann in San Miguel Mexico and across the street from him is a bull fighting ring. It’s kind of funny as it sits in the middle of a neighborhood. This is a shot of a cool looking water cart they drag around the bull ring to keep the dust down.
This is an image photographed in a small village near San Miguel, Mexico. Inside the church was a large pilgrimage of 1000 plus men. I have some interesting images from the inside but when I went outside I saw this part of the church. I loved the colors and the all the details.
Near San Miguel, Mexico is an abandoned mining area. The place has all sorts of cool things to shoot. One that stands out are the stacks or chimneys used for some of the kilns. This is a shot of the stacks with some cactus thrown in for foreground. Shot with a Phase One IQ 180 back.
This image was shot earlier this this year near San Miguel, Mexico. It’s part of an old silver mine that we spent time in shooting. It struck me because of the colors and cactus as well as the window in the wall. Shot with a Phase One IQ180 camera and processed in Capture One.