Photo Essays

John Mraz suggests that photohistory is the representation of history in photographs, which can be used to personalize the past by providing a human face to the sociological data we record in texts. The following photo essays reflect my amateur camera eye and focus on the Mexican capital, central plazas, pre-Hispanic ruins, pilgrimages, haciendas, and colonial convents.

Self-Shadow, Mexico City, Mexico, 2015. Photo by Jason Dyck.

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