That’s all that’s here, just a few of my favorite photos of Guanajuato.
Outside of Leon. Just before sunset.
Just entering Leon.
Sunset on the way out of Leon.
Just a random dam.
Just a random rock formation along the road.
One of the many valleys. Sometimes this place looks a lot like San Diego.
More street art in Leon.
I love the color of the sky here.
The man on the mountain, Geronimo.
There is something peaceful about practicing forms on the mountaintop.
Looking into the mountains from where Geronimo was practicing.
It doesn’t take long to get away from the modern world here.
Overlooking el Centro.
Most of Guanajuato seen from the East.
Another view over the city.
Overlooking the city.
The city at night.
A random bridge above the city.
Old buildings, or new. I can’t be sure.
One of the doors in the upper part of town.
Estatua de Piplia.
Teatro Juarez. There was a mime performing out front. All these people were watching and cheering.
Just one of the many churches.
This city needs a zombie game. With all the catacombs and cul-de-sacs, combined with the stairs and terrain, that would be survival horror.
Regional Museum of Guanajuato Alhondiga de Granaditias.
An ancient path up the mountain.
Centanaria Escuela Normal de Guanajuato.
The government palace.
As far as I can tell, just a house.
The dam at the lake. I wonder how old it is.
A beautiful park on the East side of town.
The tower over the lake. It was locked, I checked.
The view from my room.
There was someone playing baseball every time I looked at this field, from 8am to 11pm.
Part of the stairs down from my hostel.
The beginning of one of the many sets of stairs in the city.
Another narrow corridor. I didn’t have time to go down all of them.
Jesus carrying his cross, followed by the prisoners.
The streets are narrow, but the view is always awesome.
Universidad de Guanajuato.
On the last day, after complaining about the 165 stairs, I watched this guy make a trip up. It was not his first one, either.
The entrance to the Museum.
A painting I want.
Madness, as it is.
Don Quixote in the modern world.
A whirlwind of books surrounding our hero.
This one covered the entire wall of the stairway.
Simple but well done.
I don’t tend to like abstracts, but this one appeals to me.
This one was actually just on the wall in la Casa de Dante.
This guy is amazing. The originals were expensive, but the lithographs were 2 dollars a piece.
And we end with the sunset seen from el Centro.