“Calendar Selection” For Through Harold’s Lens “Hymns Of History”

Hymns Of History

Mexico
Through Harold’s Lens:

La Parroquia Church of St Michael the Archangel is very unique and the emblem of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Built in the 17th century, this parish church, with it’s Neo-gothic facade and two tall towers, is the most prominent landmark in town.

It towers over the main square and can be seen from a great distance.

San Miguel de Allende is the birthplace of the Mexican revolution.

To pay homage and to celebrate the Mexican Bicentennial, Mexico hired a Frenchman to create a dramatic musical laser light show. This 15-minute long outdoor spectacle of music and moving images told the history of Mexico.

From large projectors mounted on rooftops, this laser light show was projected onto the face of La Parroquia Church every Friday and Saturday night for a year, to the delight of thousands.

Selected for the annual calendar of the Garden Club of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

2 responses

  1. Hi Harold. I would love to put the photo of my feet dancing in the Jardín ” Movement Like Silk on my Cover Photo on Facebook . I love your photos and would be honored to have one on my Cover page.
    Send saludos,
    Peggy Taylor

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    • Hi Peggy. I would be honored to have you use one of my photos on your Facebook page. Thank you for asking. All I ask is that you credit: Harold Green Photography. http://www.throughharoldslens. Sorry I did not send my appreciation sooner. Without my Mac, I have been traveling in Turkey for the past five weeks with Mr. SLR Nikon and his brother Mr. Pen Pal. Looking forward to seeing you on Facebook. My Facebook is Harold Green Sr.

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