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How photographer Mike Diaz captures Yucatán’s unique environment

As Mike grew up, he dove back into nature, researching the environment, wildlife, and space. He understood the process he had to follow in order to achieve the photos he dreamed of.

Selling your home? Meet a professional real estate photographer.

Part 1 of 2 If you rent out your condo or plan to put it up for sale, invest in quality photos taken by a...

Quarantine photo contest captures the new reality of daily life in...

Merida, Yucatan — The municipal department of culture challenged residents to capture the quarantine with photography, and numerous stunning images came pouring in. Twenty photographers won...

Divers take home top awards after capturing amazing cenote images

Photos of Yucatan's mysterious and beautiful cenotes won first and second place in an international competition for divers. Czech adventurer Petr Polách won the gold...

Palacio Canton museum’s 60th anniversary is celebrated with photos

Merida, Yucatan — A photography exhibit celebrating the Palacio Canton's 60 years as a museum is miles away from the famed Paseo de Montejo...

Newspaper photographer’s exhibit follows stints in Merida and Mideast

Merida, Yucatan — Former La Jornada photojournalist Rodrigo Díaz Guzmán spread his wings, but has returned to Yucatan for his first-ever exhibition. Díaz's flight...

Siesta in Yucatan hammock shop part of sleepy photo collection

Not everyone is aware that they are posing for British photographer Paul Trevor.

Portraits capture the dreams that haunted Pedro Tec

In the darkest moments of his life, Pedro found a series of characters in his dreams.

Pedro Tec’s dream-like photos of the Mayan world on view at...

"Los Mayas Eternos" explores themes of identity, ancestry, gender and socio-political aspects of Mayan culture.

Mérida Foto Fest invites photographers to capture Yucatán

The first-ever Mérida Foto Fest, organized by the visual artist Luis Alonso Anaya, will invite photographers to reveal the best images their lenses can capture in Yucatán.

Photo contest focuses on Yucatán’s elders

First place went to Mayra Guadalupe Canche Pacab for her poignant portrait of an elderly Yucatecan woman cradling a baby.

#citylikeMID: Mérida from all angles

Smartphones in hand, several creative people collaborate on a single online art project that depicts Mérida as broodingly beautiful and vaguely unsettling.

A rare bird’s-eye view of Cuba

The photographer behind "Heavenly Yucatan" and “Magic Cancun & Riviera Maya” is now offering a coffee table book with a side of Cuba that is rarely seen.