Line of cars in the morning.
This is how the city traffic looks like in the morning. I do not know how you might picture Mexico, we have more than 2 million cars in the city.
This is a scheme of Chapultepec Park, in Mexico City.
Last year I drove 2,500 kms.It was a trip I wanted to make for a long time.
I was on the road for about almost 3 weeks going to many places. Not knowing how that was going to start I thought about waiting for a sign to know how the following year was to come for me. Now that a little bit more than a year has passed I realized that, as in life, one has a good start that ends triumphantly on every journey, even though it takes some time to look back and realize that it has always been like that for every endeavor one makes.
The start of my journey was with the Pico de Orizaba which is the highest mountain in Mexico and the third highest in North America. Now a dormant volcano rising 18,491 feet (5,636 meters) above sea level.
When I was returning home, thinking.. well things went ok, I never thought that rumbling events would happen to me. If I would have been a better observer, I would have realized that no matter how bad things would turned to me, I would have the patience, the stability and the strength of an active volcano waiting its turn to be heard and being so firm to the ground that nothing, nothing at all would make my spirit doubt.
This is the Popocateptl, and active volcano and fumes. It is the second highest just after Pico de Orizaba, with 1,7802 feet (5,426 meters) tall.
This was the paramount view I had as I was returning back home.
And what with all this? Well, that no matter how bad things can get, you will always have the strength to make it through just like an active volcano has.
Look for your signs, they are there.
Some long long time ago, I used to practice taking pictures at billboards. Coming back to that old habit, I think these photos are cool! Hope you like it :)
I took this photographs in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Oh! I almost forgot. I am also including the photo of the environment where these billboards where set so you can have a general idea of the place.
Another note: Claro and Vivo are cell phone companies. (Just in case it wasn’t that obvious :) )
**If you happened to notice the red mark on the photographs you have a critic’s eye and if you tell me how to remove that mark I will really appreciate it! Thank you! :)