Of all my mobile photos these are the most terrible. They never should have been taken actually. I arrived in Guatemala two days before Phowa course and was not going to go out of the hotel. But first, it turned out that there was no food nearby and I had to set out for the unknown.
Mexico City is on my list of cities to come and live for a while. And maybe even settle down. Traveling is good but I can imagine my own life only in a big city. I need civilization, ease of movement, access to everything I may need... Mexico City has it all.
Once Oxana ran out of contact lenses and she decided to buy glasses. Or, more precisely: Oxana once went to Mexican optic shop and asked how much her lenses cost. And it was two and a half times more expensive than usual price. Yet have to wait three weeks. Usually Oxana used to wear glasses in such cases but this winter in Nepal she made herself throw them away because they were too old. You have to buy new things at least sometimes.
I've left my camera in Kiev. But before starting to torture your eyes with mobile photos of terrible quality, I'll something a little bit dishonest and write a post with pictures made by Paulina. Soon after the day she met Lovygin, known Russian photographer, learned to shoot in RAW and now even starting her studies at a photography school. In general, these she does not find these pictures interesting any more. But I am not so fastidious, it seems to me that they can make a good post. And I will now try to prove it.
These are my very first impressions from arrival to Latin America. They are still very scarce because though I've been here almost a month and I didn't go out of the house much. But some conclusions can already be made.
Taj Mahal was another unclosed gestalt of my groups. Every time I leave one last day in Delhi for visit there but either train is late, or no one wants to go, or something else happens. And then I've found out that there is an almost exact copy of the famous monument in Aurangabad which is close to Ellora. And, of course, we stopped there.