Tuesday, August 25, 2009

My addiction......


After spending almost half my life in remote mountain top locations, where the quiet, the view and the tranquility was only interrupted by a static emanating from a radio loudspeaker, I still enjoy the views.
This is a view from Cerro Blanco, which overlooks the entrance to Patzcuaro.
Click on it and you should see the detail , maybe your house. Or maybe where you would like to have a house.
Just my addiction. I admit it, and they say that realizing the problem and accepting it is half the battle.......

10 comments:

Felipe said...

Nice shot. I have no idea where that is.

Inmigrante Rentista said...

Perhaps if the fine citizen from the small pueblo ventured into the big city more often he would know that when he passes the glorieta and looks at the big mountain on his left, he would know where that is.

Calypso said...

Really fine photo hombre - I can see how that might get addicting.

Steve Cotton said...

I have heard several people compare Patzcuaro with central Oregon. With that photograph, you nailed the metaphor.

Felipe said...

I have read comparisons between Michoacán and Hawaii. Never having been in Hawaii, I cannot say whether that is a legit comparison.

But I would like to go to Hawaii.

Constantino said...

Felipe, if you go to your outside of your abode and look south, you will see it.
Not as high as Mt Fujitaco but still impressive!
And don't bother with Hawaii, it was nice to visit years ago. Now it is way to commercialized and full of too many people. Zihuatanejo is a much better and closer alternative, and it is less taxing on the pesos..

Pat said...

Where's the tower? Where's the transmitter building? Where's the 4CX250B's?
Anyone who knows that last one is a true radio nerd...

Constantino said...

Radio Nerd eh? That's Sir Radio Nerd.
The tower is behind me on the photo, if you ever show down here, I'll take you up there, and a few more neat sites. Go to: http://ranchocanyon.blogspot.com/2009/05/look-up-in-mountain-its-tower.html
you might enjoy those.

Anonymous said...

We hiked up there on our last trip to your beautiful town. We were surprised that there were others who hike up there quite often. Nice place!

American Mommy in Mexico said...

Our time in and around Patzcuaro during December 2008 was one of the highlights of our stay in MX. Just beautiful.