We went further down the Baja California and ended up in Guerrero Negro. It is a small city in the middle of the desert. We stayed there for a couple of days in order to wash our clothes and to fill up our supplies. While waiting for our laundry I could take a lot of photos of a parade honoring the revolution in Mexico.
There were only a couple other photographers even though it was perfect to get some good shots with the camera. The whole scenery was very colorful with rapidly changing light conditions. Guerrero Negro was taken over by kids with guns and fake mustaches. See the photos for yourself!
While I was enjoying the party in Guerrero Negro we met some guys from New Zealand. Together we proceeded to our next destination which actually meant we had to go north again to a famous surf spot called “The Wall”. Before this happened I had a very strong Sycronicity involving Kiwi guys. I wrote about that in my Van Life Blog and you can find the story I am referring right here.
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Road Trip to Guerrero Negro Photography | Baja California