Early, early, early one morning last May, while on holiday in San Migel de Allende, Mexico, we treated ourselves to a hot air balloon ride. And me, with a fear of heights! But I didn’t think of that – not once all morning. It was such a fun (and…ummm….uplifting?) experience.
Morning mists over the mountains.
The sun rise made for some long shadows.
The lovely, historic, UNESCO World Heritage city of San Miguel de Allende nestled into the mountains. The cathedral, the Parroguia de San Miguel Arcangel takes centre stage. Can you find it?
“To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.” ― Ansel Adams
WPC – Landscape