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Photography

Photography projects by filmmaker Dan Perez
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The Holy City of Teotihuacan, Mexico City (In Pictures)

The city of Teotihuacán is the most visited of Mexico’s archaeological sites and a must-see if you’re in Mexico City - I have the pictures to prove it... Read more
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Museo Soumaya, Mexico City (In Pictures)

Mexico City's Museo Soumaya, an asymmetric structure 46 meters high and clad in more than 16,000 hexagonal aluminum plates, is a must-see attraction... Read more

Mexico City: The Zócalo (In Pictures)

A select collection of photographs from the streets of Zócalo, the main square located in the Centro Histórico in bustling Mexico City... Read more
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art (In Pictures) | PART II

Here's the second installment of a handful of select photographs of some amazing art and sculpture from The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City... Read more
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art (In Pictures)

Here are a collection of photographs from one of the world's great havens for fine art and sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC... Read more
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Photography Showcase: New York City in Black & White (Part II)

Here's the second of a two-part showcase of select photographs from my recent trip to New York City - in glorious black and white... Read more
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Photography Showcase: New York City in Black & White

We strip away the color in the world's most colorful city in this collection of photographs taken around New York City... Read more
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Calle Ocho, Miami: Sidewalk Jam Session (In Pictures)

Live music on the street of Miami's famous Calle Ocho on a Saturday night? No surprise. Check out the pics... Read more
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The Flagler Museum (In Pictures)

The Flagler Museum in Palm Beach is a swell place to spend a few hours on a hot, humid South Florida afternoon. I have the pictures to prove it... Read more
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Dominoes: Little Havana, Miami (In Pictures)

The Little Havana Activities and Nutrition Center provides free services to aid the rapidly increasing elderly population of Miami. Oh, and dominoes, too. Read more
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