Mexico Panoramas

View of Teotihuacan taken from on top of the Pyramid of the Moon

I’m back from my trip to Mexico (it was awesome!) and eager to start blogging about my adventures, but it will be a while before I finish organizing my photos and my journal (which at the moment exists only in my head), so in the meantime I thought I’d share a few horizontal and vertical panoramas I shot along the way (you can click on an image to view a larger version):

Teotihuacan: The Pyramid of the Moon viewed from the Avenue of the Dead

Teotihuacan: The Pyramid of the Sun
(one of the largest pyramids in the world)

View of Teotihuacan from on top of the Pyramid of the Sun

Teotihuacan: Pyramid of the Moon viewed from the Pyramid of the Sun

Teotihuacan: The Pyramid of the Sun

Chichen Itza: El Castillo (the main pyramid)

Chichen Itza: El Castillo

Chichen Itza: El Castillo

Uxmal: The Great Pyramid, which has only been partially restored.

View of Uxmal from on top of the Great Pyramid

Mexico City: Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe

And finally…

Cancun

Writer, traveler, photographer, hiker, film/TV addict, amateur chef, casual gamer, and occasional tennis & saxophone player . . . in real life I do web design.

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6 comments on “Mexico Panoramas
  1. Mom says:

    Beautiful pictures!! Looks like you are right there!

  2. I was in Mexico this summer as well. We visited Teotihuacan on a day when it rained like crazy. Nice to see your photos and looking forward to more!

    • Michael Rappa says:

      Thanks! I’m sorry to hear it rained while you were there. One of the reasons I chose to go in late October/early November was to try and avoid the worst of the wet season. I got lucky–it rained briefly a couple of mornings and evenings during my trip, but never during the day when I was out and about. The same cannot be said for my trip to Peru last year when it rained and sleeted buckets on me. :-

  3. Sherry Benjamin says:

    Pictures are stunning!!

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