Monument to the Revolution

One evening after a large family dinner in Mexico City, we walked to the Monument to the Revolution and took the elevator to the observation deck.

Mexico City is a high elevation city, and heights already make me feel uneasy, but taking the elevator all the way to the top made me feel light headed after about 15 minutes. Living my entire life close to sea level didn’t prepare me for the reduction of oxygen in the air at that altitude. While my visit was relatively brief, I fiddled around a bit with some of the night landscape options on my camera. I’m not even remotely close to being an expert at using the thing. I could benefit from some lessons.

That, along with balancing it on the railing I was able to capture these shots, which I love and plan to frame to hang in our new home.
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Monument to the Revolution
Plaza de la República S/N,
Tabacalera, Cuauhtémoc,
Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico

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