Perhaps not ever
in ten thousand years will you
pass this way again.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Callejon Mono Prieto, Zacatecas, México
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Posted on July 4, 2011, in Mellow Yellow Monday, Mexico, my digital photos, my senryu, Postcards from Paradise, Red Hot Mondays, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Zacatecas. Bookmark the permalink. 39 Comments.

  1. Hi MMT, WOW!!! What a beautiful picture, with such soft shadows. Thanks so much for stopping by to visit, and I hope that you have a great 4th.

    Take care,

    Kathy M.

  2. That is a great shot!

  3. Beautiful capture.

    Happy RT!

    Mine’s here.

  4. What a lovely place. And so neat!

  5. I recognize that cathedral! Beautiful shot!

  6. That is why I try to savor every site and sound because you never know…

  7. Hablo Espanol? I have lots of memories about the word Callejon – mostly related to home when I was growing up…now I miss that place. Have a lovely week!

  8. An exquisite shot, the steep city street, the well painted and groomed housed with the rare cast iron gates, the depth created by the church and faraway hill,– and the ruby red of the flag.
    I love it.
    Thank you also for bring such wonderful poems along, when you are visiting.

  9. True, just beautiful … wish to pass this way even just once too….

    visitng from Red Hot Mondays see me too. 🙂

  10. Lovely capture!

    Melow Yellow at my page,have a great week ahead!

  11. Rinkly Rimes

    It looks like a once-in-a-lifetime place. But they’ve put out the red flag to welcome you.

  12. i shall find a way to ever pass by to get to that familiar church dome.

  13. Love the image and words.

  14. I love this picture and these words! Just a bit of red sticking out. Perfect. It makes you want to walk there.

  15. romantic place, where is this? Paris? Dropping by for RHM. Please drop me a line too at

  16. no one is passing by, why is no body there?

  17. To pass the way, I need to be Mr.Reincarnation. We do not have such kind of conception.

    How can I do?

  18. wonderful spot with just a pop of red

  19. What a magical place, full of stories waiting to happen.

    My photography is available for purchase – visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!

  20. church steeple alley joy

    ^_^ Thanks for the visit and the comment I do appreciate it!

    Red bud

  21. That is so true and maybe that is why I always seem to have a camera in my hand these days.

  22. An atmospheric, rugged street with an eye-catching patch of yellow!

  23. Since your great shot is the only way I will ever pass this way, I enjoyed it.

  24. Beautiful! looks like a postcard.

  25. Lovely photos and haiku, so beautifully put together. I’ve not heard of this place before but it looks lovely.

  26. Interesting haiku idea. Great pic :O)

  27. interesting place. 🙂

  28. Love this shot. The red flag really stands out. Such a picturesque street.

  29. So beautiful. When I first looked at this, before reading the caption, I guessed that it was a picture of Spain. I love the architecture that is peaking through between the alley. And thank you for your recent visit to my blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

  30. What an awesome picture! 🙂

  31. I’d love to go there just once!

  32. Wonderful shot! Love the haiku too!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

    Have a nice and happy weekend****

  33. I want to go there! What an interesting view. So picturesque. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your summer!

  34. Great haiku – makes you want to stop and appreciate where you are more often! Nice!

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