Cinco de Mayo is a celebration held on May 5th to remember the Mexican army's victory over the French on May 5, 1862.Festivities are held throughout the United States and Mexico that include eating, dancing, face painting and lots of other fun times.Here's a few pictures that show how people celebrate: The colorful costume are very fun and a very important part of the Mexican culture.Ever seen Mango on a stick???It's one of the foods served at Cinco de Mayo.... continue reading
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For my websites I did need a photograph of a hammock shop. I found one photo a few weeks a go (Photo right), but the colors did not look fine with the others photo's on my site.Easy to find another on dreamstime (left). The old photo I'am going to use for something else.Glad I found dreamstime.See the photo's on the sites of Icolori hammock shop.Italy : Amaca messicana, France : Hamac mexicain, Germany Mexikanische Netzhängematte, English : Brazilian hammock and Netherlands Mexicaanse... continue reading
We sell hammocks and mexican blankets in whole Europe. It is always difficult to get nice pictures. A few months ago I discovered "Dreamstime". Beautiful photographs and very cheap.See the photos on my site :Mexican blankets continue reading
As a DT contributor I have recently made four actions in a effort to improve rank and sales.First one was remove my images from other image bank with low sales and without feedback.Number two to become exclusive contributor.Third action was to create the collection with images of mexican handicrafts and clothing.Next step was to increase images uploaded.This year it starts wish all members of the community of DT that their efforts are reflected in positive. continue reading
Around this time every year in south Texas, on the border of the US and Mexico, the week-long event of Charro Days has been celebrated by the people from both side of the border for the last 73 years.During this week, the "charro", a dashing Mexican cowboy, has been celebrated as a bi-national event.People from the neighboring city of Brownsville (Texas, US) and Matamoros (Tamaulipas, Mexico) come together, celebrate their shared heritage, common traditions and international friendship.... continue reading
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