Loreto landmarks and locations in "Soul Searching" include: downtown Loreto, El Rey del Taco (the best taco in the world!), City Hall, the Malecon and Sea of Cortez, and the Misión Nuestra Señora de Loreto (Baja's first mission).
There is no Starbucks here. Nor is there a Panda Express, CVS or Home Depot. In all my years of visiting Loreto I've (thankfully) not seen one franchise save for, oddly enough, a Sherwin-Williams paint store.
In search of Baja wine. A wine report from Loreto, Baja California Sur where the heat bakes wine en route to the store shelves. Tequila anyone?
I wasn't happy with the initial results of this painting "Among Giants" - it was too drab, nothing popped.
Someday soon I’ll be down again with Blackmagic Cinema gear in tow. For now I’m shooting these segments--Farmers Market, Sierra de la Giganta, Taco Stands and more--with the brilliant Canon 70D.
None of us here, or anywhere in the world for that matter, saw the great crash of 2008 coming. It struck hard. Donald Trump's development in Baja California, the northern most state on this peninsula which extends south from California, went belly up.
Surprisingly, in the villages of Loreto Bay in Baja California Sur, Mexico, word-of-mouth is almost as fast as email, Twitter and Facebook.
From what I've read, orca prey typically on salmon, herring and tuna. They're also known to hunt in packs and have earned the nicknamed "wolves of the sea."