Cosmic Challenge: Textures from Mexico’s Walls

Some textures, mostly of plaster walls, from Mexico.

Puebla. Graffiti with a little winged eye on a decaying yellow wall in Puebla, a UNESCO Heritage site in MexicoPuebla, Mexico: an abstract created by textures of paint and plaster on a wallPuebla, Mexico: an abstract created by textures of paint and plaster on a orange wallAn orange wall texture in Puebla, MexicoSan Angel. Decaying plaster wall with a mural of a cross in San Angel, MexicoSan Angel, Mexico: textures of paint, plaster and tile on a blue wallSan Angel Mexico: an abstract created by textures of paint and plaster on a wallPuerto Vallarta.

The colours of this crumbling adobe and plaster wall would make a great backdrop to my Guadalajarian-style pottery.
In Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Wall TexturesThis contains original adobe bricks, now crumbling…
In Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: Wall TexturesCholula. 

This one’s a little different, showing one of the pre-Columbian works, a chiselled stone marker in front of a wall, part of the great pyramid in Cholula, Mexico. A stone marker at the great pyramid in Cholula, MexicoMore of K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Challenge: Unusual Tones & Textures.

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