Continuing with the theme of architectural detail, Mexico provides countless opportunities to capture a story of the place in a single shot. San Miguel de Allende is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as being a mecca for artists from all over the world. Carved wood doors are characteristic of this part of Mexico, and I found that cropping just a portion, instead of photographing the entire door, serves not only to represent the place, but also makes the photograph a work of art in itself. Photo by Kymri Wilt of Miraterra Images
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About Kymri Wilt
Kymri Wilt is a freelance travel photographer, writer, travel director, and passionate world explorer based in Cardiff by the Sea, California. She studied and lived in Europe, got engaged in South America, and married in Africa. An extensive background in the travel industry created the network from which she has grown her own business - Mira Terra Images Travel Photography & Services. Her travel images have been published in guidebooks, textbooks, travel magazines, calendars, and brochures. She shares both her professional and family travel adventures and photos at her blog, Mira Terra Travels. Follow her on twitter, instagram, and vine @kymri.