Not a good pano, but it does represent the mass of humanity that travel the "Tubes" of Mexico City. These people loved getting their picture took. I stood out like a sore thumb....I'm very "white", Blond haired and had cameras and shopping bags dangling off me.
The girl on the left was crying. Her boyfriend is around the corner behind the stairs. Looked like a lovers spat. To be young again and in Love... The guy on the right is the window washer.
You have very nice photos!!!
Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you pirunet! People were moving around as you can see. I had some new girlfriends in the background. They were posing for the camera in a polite way.....One girl told me I had pretty blue eyes even though I was old enough to have been her father!
Made my day!
Thank you juan menéndez!
Going through my old Sony 75 Mavica Floppys. These are poor quality photos. You could only get 1.4 MB on one disk. Camera Phones take better pictures nowadays. This camera cost me $200 dollars in 1999.
Being a born and bred Texan, I cannot see this monument without some emotion and a sense of awe. The elevator ride to the top is slow, but worth it. The view is amazing, you can see the Battleship "Texas" (a veteran of both World Wars, and the battleground where Texas gained its' Independence. Texas is the only state that was, at one time, a country of its' own. Because of this the Texas Flag (The Lone Star) is the only state flag authorized to fly at the same height as "Old Glory". Texas also is the only state that has the right to split into five states should the citizens desire that, but I can't imagine any "True Texan" that would want to devide such a fine territory.