A shot of Mexico City that I came across recently in an exhibition in SF MoMA. The photograph by Pablo López Luz, and shows the sprawling density of Mexico City from above.
Unbelievable aerial photographs of Mexico City show how the urban landscape spreads over mountains while maintaining a remarkable people per square mile. "In a megalopolis like Mexico City
Urbanization in Mexico by Pablo Lopez Luz (Mexico) ~ finalist 2013 Syngenta Photography ~ overpopulation and the impact chaotic development of a city has on its terrain, land and population with his series 'Terrazo'The : Award 2013
Photographed by Pablo López Part of the Terrazo series, which is a collection of inch photographs of Mexico City and the surrounding area. This is an extreme case of urban sprawl, but if cities.
Sprawling Mexico City: Hills and valleys don't stand in the way of expansion outside the Mexican capital. Homes simply follow the contours of the earth
The Angel of Independence, Reforma, Mexico City. The Angel was built in 1910 to commemorate the centennial of the beginning of Mexico's War of Independence which ended the rule of Spain in the territory of New Spain.
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Mexico City, Mexico: My birth place, and through all my travels remains my favorite place in the world.
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This wonderful, whimsical house design in Mexico City is bringing the life aquatic into architecture. The modern Nautilus House designed by architect Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Organica is wonderful.
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A multi-use historic building in modern Mexico City is home to an adored local eatery and lounge, Romita Comedor. This dining hot spot serves up traditionally-inspired Mexican dishes in an environment well-fitted with vintage furnishings. The decoration
Stunning Shipping Container City Springs up in Mexico...