I travelled to Mexico City a couple of weeks ago. It was a family trip more than anything else, so didn't get many chances to shoot. My brother and I did manage to convince my dad to drive us to Teotihuacán, an amazing archeological site just 50 km outside of the city. At 5:15 pm, after 3 hours of driving (thank you very much Mexico traffic!) we got to the place... only to find out that they didn't allow entrants after 5 pm (even if the website said it was open til 6). Somehow we convinced the guards to let us in, and were able to stay for a meager 45 minutes (the place requires at least 3-4 hours to visit). The silver lining was that most visitors had already left, so it was easy to set up shoots. Here's what I could come up with before the guards kicked us out. 1. Pyramid of the Sun 2. Wanna go upstairs? 3. The token semi-abstract shot 4. The bike (if it looks overprocessed it's because it is ... had to shoot against the sun and I don't have a filter – glad I was shooting RAW) 5. Twilight More info about Teotihuacán here. Thanks for looking.