San Miguel Postcard


San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, México

San Miguel postcard—
in the street behind the wall
mariachis stroll.

Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on June 21, 2012, in fence, Friday's Fences, Guanajuato, Haiku My Heart, Himmelsk, Mexico, Recuerda Mi Corazon, San Miguel de Allende, senryu, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Sky Watch Friday, The Poetry Pantry. Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. Great to see this! A perfect post for “Himmelsk”.

  2. You always have a great picture for your poems!

  3. Very beautiful photo for SWF!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!

  4. Ah, again, your photos bring back such delightful memories of the year I lived in San Miguel! Wonderful!!

  5. Fabulous old buildings and nice way to frame up your view of the sky

  6. Beautiful shot!
    Love your composition.
    Wish you a wonderful weekend.

  7. Nice picture and a beautiful poem 🙂

  8. Kjempe fint og stligt bilde.:=)

  9. Lovely sky, and I love all the textures there!

  10. Intriguing image!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  11. So wonderful photo! Have a nice evening, and nice and wonderful weekend! 🙂

  12. looks like a mustache. cute. (:

  13. That is a good solid fence!

  14. That’s a rock solid fence!

  15. Beautiful wall – and so much is happening in that photograph, fascinating.

    I wonder why the mortar is ‘studded’ in part of the wall…how patient someone was to do that.

  16. What a wonderful fence – and as always, the haiku is perfect!

  17. love all the stone and brick work!

  18. Wow! Great photo and haiku! I have to put San Miguel on the bucket list 🙂

  19. even now i can hear them!

  20. Very interesting view of the fence and building behind. Great shot.

  21. Wow…love that stone!!! so rustic n the haiku goes so well with the photo

  22. San Miguel photos are always so interesting – the architecture and light…..and this influences the flavor of your wonderful haiku

  23. I love the beauty of old brick buildings and your haiku revealing what is going on behind the wall. Have a great weekend!

  24. I would love to see this one in its entirety…LOVE stone fences.

  25. I can almost hear the mariachis playing…almost!

    How Did This Happen?

  26. So there I was enjoying the contrast of bright sky against old brick and adobe and what do I hear but an outburst of Mexican brass. It poured LIFE right into the quiet townscape.

  27. I feel like I’m there, but not allowed in. Interesting.

  28. Interesting wall! And that building in the background – does it come to a point? I have seen a couple of buildings that do that, from the outside, and I have always longed to see the inside!!!

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