14 November 2012
Conde de la Canal
. . . looking up toward Never Land from the Calle Quebrada overpass in San Miguel de Allende at 11:08 a.m. on Sunday, 19 August 2012.
I call it "Never Land" because in the central historical district, so designated by the United Nations and somebody else, too, you cannot paint your fingernails without first getting the color approved by the local historic preservation people. Still, I suppose that this is one of the reasons that San Miguel de Allende was rated Number Four on the list of the best places in the world to visit compiled by Travel + Leisure magazine.
One of the major Spanish poets is getting equal time in the other blog today.