Mexican Traditions – Third Friday

What’s red and white and green all over?

Fuegos artificiales.

The period of Lent in Taxco is marked by many celebrations. Religious processions, bands, parades, and the ever present air works. Tonight, though the real thing – fireworks – filled the sky.

I like this soft fuzzy shot, don’t you?

Fireworks over Taxco de Alarcon, Mexico

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2 thoughts on “Mexican Traditions – Third Friday

  1. The fuzzy one is pretty! You have a perfect seat to see all the goings-ons in Taxco. It doesn’t seem to be a sleepy quiet town… Do you have any water yet? I wish I could send some to you. We are under a flash flood advisory. 4 – 6″ predicted. It’s warmer now so Brett took all my plants outside to soak in some good rain. On Mar 7, 2015 11:39 PM, “The Adventures of Blue Bear” wrote:

    > The Adventures of Blue Bear posted: “What’s red and white and green > all over? Fuegos artificiales. The period of Lent in Taxco is marked by > many celebrations. Religious processions, bands, parades, and the ever > present air works. Tonight, though the real thing – fireworks – filled the > sk”

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