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Looking up never ceases to make me smile, especially when papel picado (cut paper) garlands flutter in the breeze — images with holiday themes, celebrating rites of passage, and advertising local products.

They are even imprinted on walls.

We are in the midst of Cuaresma (Lent), though pandemic restrictions have canceled most public celebrations, we have the Liturgical colors of violet and white papel picado to remind us.

Even the neverías of Jardín Sócrates have gotten into the act.

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More from Sunday’s stroll along Panorámica del Fortín…

Oaxaca, even in these days of Covid-19, is always alive.

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Not seeing sights like this up here in el norte…

Ahhh… finding one’s niche in Oaxaca!

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Warm weather, clear skies, and shadows on the rooftop…

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Ahhh… evening terrace tranquility.

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… and shadows in Oaxaca in March.

Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.  — Abraham Lincoln

Shadow owes its birth to light.  — John Gay

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As I left my apartment Friday morning, the sky was blue, the air was brisk and shadows played tag with the ceiba.

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Early mornings in March are magical.

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When you’ve got late afternoon light and shadows AND someone loves Janéz…

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Magic can happen.

 

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Coiled razor wire on roof

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Everyday and everywhere there is something to see…

shadows from cactus & portico on orange wall

if we just open our eyes.

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