Cee’s Oddball Challenge: Week 3
Vertical lines surround us and add visual excitement to our lives!
Hand woven decorations
Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán, Mexico
After the fire
Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Mexico
Canela (true cinnamon) Corn husks for tamales
Mercado de la Merced, Oaxaca, Mexico
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Live Statue? Street Mime? I don’t know the official name for these street characters – they are not really mimes because they don’t move, barely blinking an eye. And being people, they aren’t really statues. But always they are inventive and entertaining! This fellow sat in Guadalajara, Mexico.
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YOU COULD BE THE CATCH OF THE DAY!
Removal of fish hooks from body parts of the fisherman, not the fish.
As I wander through the shady woods next to our house, my feet sink into spongy green mounds of countless varieties of unfamiliar plants, some of them otherworldly! A few mosquitoes rise up to greet me, but I’m able to wave them away. I imagine the millions of tiny creatures hidden among the moss-like growth that is their own mini forest.
Berries and mushrooms announce the beginning of the autumn season, though lack of normal August rains has delayed the appearance of mushrooms that seem to pop up right before your eyes!
Treasures abound beneath my feet on the forest floor – I just have to be careful not to step on them!
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Alebrijes: fantastical creatures carved from wood and intricately hand painted with brilliant colors.