Photo I shot at Mexico City’s Reforma Avenue.
I did this long exposure photography while I was lying near where the cars passed in order to obtain this light effect.
Once an imperial boulevard during the times of the Second Mexican Empire led by Emperors Maximilian of Hapsburg and Carlotta of Belgium, today it is a financial and posh street. It has become the most important street in all of Mexico.
The independence column houses the remains of men and women who led the Mexican Independence War.
Commonly called the angel by Mexicans in general, in reality it’s the semi-nude Greek goddess of Victory.