Colonial Jewel of Mexico
by Doug & Cindy Fisher
About the Book
A photographic journey through one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico. Travel up and down the streets and alleys of Guanajuato, Mexico, in this colorful exploration by two world travelers, Doug and Cindy Fisher.
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Mar 17, 2013
- Tags Mexico photo book, travel photography, Mexican architecture, Spanish colonial, colonial architecture, Mexican street life, street life, Guanajuato Mexico, colonial, travel, colour, color, colourful, colorful, churches, Mexico, Guanajuato
Cindy received her Masters Degree in Psychology in 1987. She has worked in hospitals, mental health clinics, taught at colleges and universities, and is now in private practice. She is transitioning a portion of her practice to offering sessions through online video calling. For more about Cindy’s background, counseling philosophy, or areas of practice, visit www.reclaimyourlifefrompain.com. Since 1992 Doug has been involved almost exclusively in creating some form of art, including painting, stained glass, photography, pen and ink drawing, and woodturning. Wood sculptures, primarily made using a lathe, have been the focus of his work since 1997. He exhibits his unique style of wood turned sculptures internationally, is sought after as a demonstrator and teacher, and his works are in private collections around the world. Visit www.douglasjfisher.com to view his work.