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The earthquake felt quite strong here in Mexico City; although the epicenter was in the southeast of Oaxaca, again!
La Crucecita, Oaxaca where the epicenter of the earthquake was registered, is 723 kilometers from Mexico City.
When a magnitute of a earthquake is too strong its very logical.
 

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Lovely pictures of Paseo de la Reforma, Polanco and Chapultepec Park, I love the art gallery displayed all along Paseo de la Reforma.
It's a pleasure to be back and visit this unique thread. I send you a hug my friend.
 

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Finally I had some time to go back to the previous pages I have missed.
I love how Mexico City combines art, culture, history and a futuristic modern architecture.
Excellent job as always my dear friend.
 

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I love your whole set, dear Roberto, especially the shot of the Frida Kahlo Museum in the Blue House (would love to walk around there) and the heron which seems to wait for a fish to jump. :)
Sad to hear about the strong earthquake in Mexico!
 

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Lovely city! a nice mixture of photos! (y) thanks,Roberto!
Thank you very much, Roman!

Dear Roberto, thanks for the gorgeous mix! I like the clothes of the model being photographed. The city seems quite hot (here we are at the beginning of our first heat wave : 32 today and perhaps 35 in two days...
Thank you so much, dear Christi. You are very kind!
In fact, the summer heat is quite tolerable because it coincides with the rainy season; Temperatures range between 14 and 26 degrees on average.


Great, very nice updates once again, Roberto :)
The earthquake was quite strong? How far is Mexico city from Oaxaca?
Thank you very much for your nice words, Christos!

Thanks, Roberto! Great photos. Was sickening watching those swaying buildings in Oaxaca..
I hope no buildings collapsed!
Thanks a lot, Taller Better! I'm glad you like them.

I hope everything will be OK, Roberto.
Thanks for your good wishes, George!

excellent update, Robert, as usually 👏
I like this art triptych of the version of the boy by Dario Villalba (y)
of course a pity news about earthquake.....
Thank you so much, Leon. I really appreciate your nice comments.

A very fine set, Roberto. As you'll have guessed, my favourite is the night heron standing on the weir.
Thank you so much, Nick! I knew you would like the heron. It is very beautiful.

Lovely pictures of Paseo de la Reforma, Polanco and Chapultepec Park, I love the art gallery displayed all along Paseo de la Reforma.
It's a pleasure to be back and visit this unique thread. I send you a hug my friend.
Finally I had some time to go back to the previous pages I have missed.
I love how Mexico City combines art, culture, history and a futuristic modern architecture.
Excellent job as always my dear friend.
Dear friend,
What a pleasure you are back in my thread!
I hope you are well and please take good care of yourself. I send you a big hug.

I love your whole set, dear Roberto, especially the shot of the Frida Kahlo Museum in the Blue House (would love to walk around there) and the heron which seems to wait for a fish to jump. :)
Sad to hear about the strong earthquake in Mexico!
Thank you for your always kind words, dear Silvia!
I am happy to read your comments again in my thread.


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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - The pink Zone - Italiannis Restaurant
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - María García Lumbreras
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - Ale de la Torre
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - The Pink Zone
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - Erandeni / Urhi Peña Capistrán
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Lovely neighborhoods along Paseo de la Reforma. I wish one day I can walk through Condesa District.
Te mando un abrazote amigo mío.
I am sure that very soon you will come to Mexico City and we will have a celebration in a restaurant in La Condesa, dear Friend.
Sure, we'll have to take a long walk around the district first.



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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - Berenice Medina
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - Ixchel Estrada
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - Chapultepec Avenue
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma - Outdoor Art Gallery - Flavia Zorrilla Drago
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Today again, thousands of people participate in a motorcade to request the resignation of the President


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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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The always innovative Mexico City!!!
Waiting for that day when we can meet dear friend.
Thank you very much, dear Friend. I send you a big... big hug!

Beautiful swan pond, replete with greenery (among my favorites) :) Lovely and interesting pics! (y)
Thank you so much for your nice comment about my pics, dear Roman!

Great, very nice updates from Mexico city once again, Roberto :)
Thank you, Christos! You are really kind dear friend.

Lovely sets as always, Roberto. Tell us a little about the Outdoor Art Gallery ... I love your selections from it.
Thank you, Nick! I'm glad you like them.

On the Paseo de la Reforma you can find some open-air galleries; some of them are permanent although their collections are periodically changed (especially in the section that crosses the Chapultepec Forest); Other galleries are installed only for special occasions, such as this time

Currently, Mexican Women Illustrators exhibit drawings of women free of stereotypes in this open-air gallery on Paseo de la Reforma.
This sample is one of the visual proposals for Women's Time - Festival for Equality convened by the Government of Mexico City and various institutions
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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