Two days ago I got back from another trip to Mexico! The first destination was Los Tuxtlas, one of the two large UNAM field stations (Chamela being the second of the pair). This station is located in rainforest in Vera Cruz on the Atlantic side of the country. After a week there it was off to the old city of Morelia in Michoacan to attend an arachnological conference. Morelia’s history and amazing architecture definitely justify its being a World Heritage Site. The trip ended with my giving a talk at UNAM in Mexico City. But despite the many wonderful opportunities for photography of landscape, buildings and people, most of my tourist shots were taken with a cell phone from the vans and buses in which we traveled. A compilation of such images arranged in rough temporal order is below. Posts on arthropods will follow.