Theses photos are from the web. From a short time there has been a Poetic Action movement in Latin America. So far I have seen these from Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and Argentina. More are joining, so grab your paint brush, some white paint and find a wall….
Then, I will see you now.
You can find more here: http://www.accionpoetica.com/
With the sky at your feet.
All the mistake is in doubting.
Love is an educated memory, a persistent omission.
You where exact.
My duty is at your lips.
will I go or will you come.
I like your mistery.
A burst of sighs.
Do you make love with wind against or in favor?
Shots of light to cheer life.
You left me without strength in your eyes.
Love, love, find me.
You have me upside-down.
I was not kissing you, I was wispering something to your mouth.
My soul is born on the shore of your eyes.
In your arms I don’t know who am I.
Looking, feeling, being.
The city whisper your voice.
Why it is so hard not to fall in love for you?
After you, nothing there is.
The unpredictable risk of finding me in your eyes.
Let my soul not rest, if it is about love.
Love is born when two kisses.
To kiss you until you extinguish.
Let the soul be free. She will know how to command and to remember.
Just an instant to feel you, forever.
Some things have to be believed to be seen.
Our secret triumphed.
My duty is on your lips.
Neither do I know how to living,… I am improvising.
I left, but your love insists.
Impossible only exists in your mind.
I want to be free.. at your side.
Kiss me. I will explain later.
Dress me of love, that I am nude.
The construction of the Torre Latinoamericana started in 1948 and ended in 1956. It has 44 stories, and at that time it was the tallest building in Latin America with a height of 188 meters. It was also named the tallest building outside the U.S.
What makes this building important is its resistance to earthquakes. Have in mind that Mexico continually has telluric movement. It withstood the 1957 earthquake of 7.7 richter scale when the Angel of Independence fell from its column. It would withstand the 1985 earthquake of 8.1 , and the later earthquake of 7.9 on march 20th this year.
Nowadays the same mexican technology is used to build skyscrapers on high seismic risk areas.
If it shakes, we have the recipe….
These are duck boats at Chapultepec Lake park. This park resembles NY Central Park. Yes, just like that. It has 686 hectares and is the larges park in Latin America.
“It is classed as one of the world’s great urban parks, along with Bois de Boulogne in Paris, the Imperial Gardens in Tokyo and Central Park in New York City” -Wikipedia
This is a scheme of Chapultepec Park, in Mexico City.