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Guess the City 36

Dan

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Ay ay ay! Dios mio! The Virgen de Guadalupe is MAD at some city. Which one, though?

 

Dan

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Che! I see the martyr's mug every time I cross the Santa Fe bridge.

Your prize is ... a burro!



 

Joe Iliff

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El Paso del Norte bound

I'm heading that way in 2 weeks. The Texas & New Mexico APA chapters are having their state conferences there.

Haven't been to ELP in years.
 

BKM

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This has to be one of the grimmest series of North American city photos I have ever seen. The gigantic graffito of Che was particularly charming.
 

Dan

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BKM said:
This has to be one of the grimmest series of North American city photos I have ever seen. The gigantic graffito of Che was particularly charming.
As they used to say in New Mexico ... "Poor Las Cruces. So Far from heaven, so close to El Paso."







































 

BKM

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I thought the California landscpae was brown. El Paso appears to transcend "Brown" into the realm of "Grey."
 

nerudite

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The picture of the laborers on Oregon Street reminds me so much of the intersection of Canoga & Victory in the San Fernando Valley. It's bizarre... I haven't thought of that in at least 15 years.
 
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