Mexico: The People

November 26, 2007

************Mexico: The People: Remix

If you saw the orginal post I have changed/updated some of the pictures. If you didn’t see the first post then this is how it looked the entire time.*********************

About 9 months ago my wife, Tabatha, and I made a commitment. And no it was not have a child (sorry mom). We committed to spending our Thanksgiving break in Tijuana. Well the holiday has come and gone. And so did our time Mexico. It becomes so hard to communicate to others what we experienced, who we met, and how we tried to help these individuals.

The thing with missions trips is that they are always different. The previous three times I had been to Mexico I felt like my role was to help lead the building of a home. This time I had been asked to lead by documenting this event. Well after 1500 pictures, I’ve been able to narrow them down to some of my favorites.

Over the next couple of days (which lets be honest, it will probably turn into weeks) I will post more pictures. Each post will have a theme around it. So stay tuned.

I had so much fun taking pictures of people in the community. Again, it’s hard to explain what went on. So instead of just mumbling on and on, I’ll just show you the pics.


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2 Responses to “Mexico: The People”

  1. John and Natalee Warren says:

    Tyler, these are amazing! I can’t wait to see more! Tell Tabitha hi!

  2. B.Rem says:

    There are some great shots in here–so expressive. The faces of some of your subjects, even with blank stares, show so much emotion. Good work, man!

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