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Tlalli-The Fair Around the World - Aniversary Edition Mexico II



{Ymas Poses} Mexico Backdrop RARE

Tithonia diversifolia is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae that is commonly known as the tree marigold, Mexican tournesol, Mexican sunflower, Japanese sunflower or Nitobe chrysanthemum. It is native to Mexico and Central America but has a nearly pantropical distribution as an introduced species. Depending on the area they may be either annual or perennial. It has shown great potential in raising the soil fertility in soils depleted in nutrients. Originating in Mexico; research has shown its potential in benefiting poor African farmers. This plant is a weed that grows quickly and has become an option as an affordable alternative to expensive synthetic fertilizers. It has shown to increase plant yields and the soil nutrients of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). 32207

VIVA MEXICO!!….Y viva Blossom & Seeds for creating this adorable little dress called Yucatan for the Tlalli Event, celebrating their 5th Edition featuring MEXICO, open now until the 21st of the month! This cute dress comes rigged for Legacy Body + Maitreya Lara + Freya and the fatpack showcases 10 Mexican Patterns that are just PERFECT for any occasion!


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Cascadas de Agua Azul.

Cascadas del río Agua Azul en Área de protección de flora y fauna.

Chilón - Chiapas - Mexico.


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I love the theme of this Anniversary round of Tlalli- The Fair Around the World. Mexico II. Shout out to Sofie Janic for the sim build.It's gorgeous.

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Mexican Petunia blossoms on the back porch. (IR) No crop.

Quintana Roo - Isla Mujeres - Magic light


Enjoy it in Large clicking the letter L.






Images and Textures of my own.


Querétaro - México.


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Mexican Petunia. My back porch. No crop. No post processing.

Mexican Grey Wolf portrait

a discarded bicycle in Cozumel

Means "Pride" and "Showiness". To the butterflies it means nectar! Very vibrant color. Found in the Butterfly Garden of Willow Fork Park, a community park in the Houston area. This tall sunflower, Tithonia rotundifolia, is native to Mexico and Central America. Happy Smile on Saturday! :-)

Mexican Petunia blossoms on the back porch. (IR) No crop.

Mexico is simply nice, I like the style. Easter approaches, so why do not mix all that? And in a big picture.


Photoshop is my passion.

Recent holiday, always a good excuse to get out the camera.

Tomorrow starts Tlalli ~ The Fair Around The World!, on a quarterly basis, one round each season ♥


From the Nahuatl meaning "land", the land of men.


During each round, a country will be the guest and designers will create something exclusive representing said country.

And for this first round the guest is Mexico!


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On our first trip to Arizona, we stayed at a place called Cave Creek Ranch which catered to natural history enthusiasts with a host of interesting birds and wildlife. This Mexican Jay (Aphelocoma ultramarina) was observed every day we were at this location near Portal, Arizona, U.S.A.


28 February, 2012.


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12th Annual San Diego Multicultural Festival 2010.

Cascadas de Agua Azul.

Cascadas del río Agua Azul en Área de protección de flora y fauna.

Chilón - Chiapas - Mexico.


Video "Riviera Maya" :



Summer is really here.... when the Mexican Feather Grass is blooming :-)

Velas-Artesanías Mexicanas.


Mexican Bird of Paradise (Caesalpinia pulcherrima) is a popular landscaping plant many warm areas of the world. It is in such wide cultivation that there is some uncertainty about its origin, but is generally thought to be native to the West Indies (where it is known as Pride of Barbados). Variations include all yellow and various forms of yellow and red flowers. The seeds are generally toxic, so it should not be planted where small children or pets can get to them. This specimen is in the landscaping for the Las Palmeras Mall in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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Down Mexico Way they make some beautiful pottery, but this was shot at a close by Mexican Restaurant, I liked the lighting

and the texture of the jug, found in North Carolina.

Izamal is a small city in the Mexican state of Yucatan, 72 km (about 40 miles) east of state capital Mérida, in southern Mexico.


Izamal was continuously occupied throughout most of Mesoamerican chronology; in 2000, the city's estimated population was 15,000 people. Izamal is known in Yucatán as the Yellow City (most of its buildings are painted yellow) and the City of Hills (that actually are the remains of ancient temple pyramids).Izamal is an important archaeological site of the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization. It is probably the biggest city of the Northern Yucatec Plains, covering a minimal urban extension of 53 square kilometres (20 sq mi). Its monumental buildings exceed 1,000,000 cubic meters of constructive volume and at least two raised causeways, known by their Mayan term sacbeob, connect it with other important centers, Ruins of Ake, located 29 kilometres (18 mi) to the west and Kantunil, 18 kilometers to the south, evidencing the religious, political and economic power of this political unit over a territory of more than 5,000 square kilometers (1,900 sq mi) in extension.

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