Some textures, mostly of plaster walls, from Mexico.
Puebla. San Angel. Puerto Vallarta.
The colours of this crumbling adobe and plaster wall would make a great backdrop to my Guadalajarian-style pottery.
This contains original adobe bricks, now crumbling…
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. More of K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Challenge: Unusual Tones & Textures.
7 thoughts on “Cosmic Challenge: Textures from Mexico’s Walls”
I think you might have found evidence of alien visitors 🙂
Cute, aren’t they?
These are outstanding!
I have so many texture photos I didn’t know where to start – these ones just coalesced into a post but the others didn’t and are still waiting…
Well, these are awesome. I’d love to see more of them, perhaps in another post?
Great photos – I love the close up of the textured walls.
I love decay and texture!