|Electric Bras on display at the Manzanilla Market|
|New Years Piñata at El Corazon|
|Brightly glazed pottery at a street faire in Sayulita|
|Children with Disabilities Rehabilitation Center in La Paz, Baja|
The use of vivid colors combined with innovative architecture throughout Mexico is a real attention getter. From the simplest casitas to grande mega-million dollar compounds overlooking the Pacific Ocean on the Mexican Riviera the visual effect is not easily forgotten. Even in the small fishing village of San Evaristo a canary colored wall transforms two ordinary wooden ladders into a smashing display of art.
|Contrasting colors and textures in San Jose del Cabo|
|A private home, Casa Azul, greets yachties as they arrive in the anchorage at Careyes.|
|Playa Rosa Casita|
|Sarah's Dream Casa|
|Intricate Yarn Paintings document the Huichol's spiritual beliefs.|
|A 1933 socialism inspired mural|
|A riveting mural of Jesus found in a La Paz neighborhood|
|Mison Nuestra del Senora de Pilar at Todos Santos|
|Few can resist this temptation|
|My New Years dinner at El Corazon in La Paz|
While the above displays of color may be inspired by passions, history, or religion, it is perhaps nature herself that deserves the prize when it comes to orchestrating the finest manifestation of Color!
Red Sky at Morning Sailors Take Warning - our sunrise as we made way from Ensenada de los Muertos to La Paz.
For me, the Colors of Mexico, are one big giant present topped off with a fancy bow, just like these Christmas gift wrappings sold on the streets of La Paz.