Postcards from Guanajuato, Mexico: Overflowing pews meant no opportunities for interior photos

Above: Full moon rising over la Parroquia de Basílica Colegiata de Nuestra Señora de Guanajuato

Having blogged much about churches in Guanajuato in the past, am simply posting a few random shots from this most recent trip. Churches were fulfilling their roles, too occupied by the faithful attending services – sadly a high number of funeral masses this time around – for intrusions by wandering visitors snapping photographs of soaring ceilings and intimate altars.

And for times in between churches, a pair of beflowered Virgins watch over all who come and go at the bustling Mercado Hidalgo.

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