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I’m so grateful I can call Pachuca my home. July will be the eighth month that I have lived here. The city is very serene and quiet which I absolutely love. And the weather is such a joy, with very distinct seasons. Including a windy winter perfect for warm clothes and a cold, yet rainy summer.
Here’s my yearly post celebrating the brightest day of the year, Summer Solstice. Meet my furry friends.
I had a deep desire of visiting the Cornish graveyard in Hidalgo since I was a teenage girl. My friend had gifted me some beautiful, analog photographs he took of this graveyard and I was enthralled. Thirteen years later, I finally found myself walking through the English dead and their interesting stories.
Last Saturday was Hidalgoth, a first event of its kind in Pachuca, México. It was organized by Dead Souls and was raised to celebrate the World Goth Day with diverse artistic deliveries. Of course I had to partake! It doesn´t matter where I am, I always have to join the darkside.
Last week I payed a visit to an enchanting place called Hacienda San Miguel Regla, located in Huasca de Ocampo, Mexico.
My first concert in Mexico City, held at Circo Volador.
Special thanks to Edgar.
Due to technical difficulties (because how do you even look at digital photos with-out a laptop) this post has been delivered one month later. But whatever, I’m not even complaining anymore because this Carach Angren concert held at La Respuesta, Puerto Rico last September was too fuckin’ delightful!
A collection of photos taken during spring until the arrival of Summer Solstice. An outer world is often juxtaposed to the inner world.
Back in 2014 I wrote about TOP 14 Albums of the Year 2014. It’s wild, how fast 2015 came and went. I wanted to make this post before New Years, but writing this took me longer than expected.
My tops for 2015 fluctuate from dark-wave to a ton of doom metal. Such summary can only mean one thing: it was a great year for music, as artists explored their dark sides once more!