The cave of the hanging snakes

The planet Earth still keeps wonderful and unexplored places, species and natural phenomena. About a year and a half ago I heard about the existence of one of these places, where an extraordinary natural episode takes place every night. Very close to the town of Kantemó, in the Yucatan Peninsula, there is a very special environment that, just by hearing its name, generates a mixture of fascination, intrigue and exploration desires: The Cave of the Hanging Serpents. It turns out […]

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My encounter with royalty

Since I began to getting involve with the world of bird sightings lovers in the Yucatan Peninsula, I quickly realized that there are certain emblematic species that cannot be missing from the list of sightings of any person who claims to be a true “birder”. One such species is the King Vulture (Sarcoramphus papa), also known as Jungle Condor or Royal Jote. It lives predominantly in tropical lowland forests, from southern Mexico to northern Argentina. It is the only surviving […]

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The inmersed bicycle

ow long does you take to take a picture? Is a question that I usually receive. There are images that occur very fast, as if the universe was collaborative in your favor. In just a few minutes the general idea of the shot forms in your mind, the light is perfect, the combination of visual elements is correct and as if by magic, you have the image you wanted. However, the vast majority of images take much longer. This was […]

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Exhibition “Naturally Mexico” – COP13, CANCUN

On December 8, 9 and 10, 2016, I was in Cancún, where the 13th United Nations Conference on Biodiversity (COP13) was held, as well as a meeting of the National Association of State Environmental Authorities of Mexico (ANAAE). In this context, and along with my friend and colleague photographer Apolinar Basora we presented the photographic exhibition “NATURALLY MEXICO” composed of 20 images of biodiversity of the Yucatan Peninsula. It was a real pleasure to expose my images to environmental authorities […]

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Recognition – International Photography Festival in León (2016)

My photograph entitled “The Red Knight” was recognized by the jury of the first edition of the International Festival of Photography in León 2016. It is the first time I receive an award in an international photo contest, so this mention fills me with happiness and pride and tells me I’m on the right track. This photo, like all others, has its history. This hermit crab was very difficult to photograph. It is a small animal of no more than […]

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The show of the humpback whales

Bubble Net Feeding In Alaska we had the privilege to witness this singular humpback whales behavior. When herring and other small schooling fish abound in mid to late summer, some whales change their feeding routine into a highly choreographed drama. One whale swims below a school and releases a column of bubbles. Others surround the wall of bubbles and flash their pectoral fins to keep the fish inside the net of bubbles. On call of the leader, they all dive […]

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Alaska, the last frontier

I recently had the opportunity to make a family trip to a destination that had long craved to know, the 49th state of the United States. What I found exceeded my expectations. Alaska is a land blessed with gorgeous natural landscapes formed by a magical combination of sea, mountains, ancient glaciers and forests. As if this were not enough, the variety of flora and fauna that can be seen is surprising and in some cases takes your breath away. While […]

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Exhibition “Campeche Natural”

Last Saturday July 9th at the PRI Campeche headquarters (Av. 16 de Septiembre x 53 s/n, Colonia Centro) was opened the exhibition Campeche Natural and will be on display during a month It is a selection of 10 images printed on canvas that serve small sample of the enormous biodiversity that contains the state of Campeche.

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Presentation of the book “Este es Campeche Señores”

Today, the Secretary of Culture, Lic . Delio Carrillo Perez introduced to the public the book “Este es Campeche Señores”, first publication of the collection Campeche Crecer en Grande, project promoted by the Governor, Lic. Alejandro Moreno Cardenas. Personally it was an honor to be invited to participate in this beautiful project through my photographs and a job that I enjoyed performing in the company of prominent photographers Carlos Ortiz and Guillermo Castrejon, coordinated by the head of the edition […]

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