Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Pictures of Mexico City's landscape during a clear day.

Sometimes smog makes Mexico City's landscape kind of murky, but last week we had some nice clear days. I took the opportunity of taking some nice pictures since I work at a 27 floor building in the NW of the city, near Reforma Avenue. 


The view from the 22th floor.


In a clear day, we could see the mountains that surrounds the valley.


The building left to the flag, is the "Auditorio Nacional" or National Auditorium, a place for big concerts and cultural gatherings. 


All those buildings are in an area called Polanco, and the tallest ones are hotels over Reforma Avenue.


All those trees are part of "Bosque de Chapultepec" or Chapultepec's Forest.


1 comment:

Aarzoo said...

Nice picture it reminds me of When i first went to Mexico i njoyed my night life at
Zona Rosa a convenient and safe ...and walking to other areas is safe and not too time consuming...however if your only experience of Mexico City nightlife was in Zona Rosa then ugh!
Most of the quality nightlife has shifted away from that area...Condesa and Roma is where you will find the current crop of bars and clubs...
Have a joyful Yatra :)