Travels in América del Norte

23 Dec

Well, we’re in the depths of the English winter here and on most days the temperature struggles to reach double figures. So it seemed timely to cast my mind back to the summer, when I was in North America. I spent the first part of August in Mexico City in the company of my Colombian illustrator. Our wanderings in that city that she knows so well were the inspiration for the dystopian graphic novel that we’re planning to write. So I’m sharing with you some of the things that I saw in that mad and amazing city. The bright, hazy light makes it difficult to take decent photos (well, that’s my excuse, anyway). And it’s an opportunity to prove to the world that my command of the Spanish language still isn’t any greater. An undisclosed prize goes to the first person to guess in which of the buildings the illustrator and I would live.

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Mirando hacia fuera de la Ciudad de México

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A las montañas…

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Y más montañas

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La antigua…

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Y la moderna

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Los colores de la Ciudad de México (1)

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Los colores de la Ciudad de México (2)

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Los colores de la Ciudad de México (3)

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Siniestros abandonados automóviles negros, la inspiración para una distopía …

All text and images © PSR 2016

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