What Happens at a Bullfight as Told by a White Dude & 30 Photographs

Over the Fourth of July weekend I took a quick trip to Tijuana, Mexico in search of whatever I could find that would be outside of my comfort zone. Along with the incredible and unique food from various street vendors, tourist strips of shops and bars, and a wild beachside festival, I got to experience a traditional bullfight. I was really looking forward to the authentic taste of the Mexican culture, and honestly had no idea what to expect, but to say that I was completely blown away by the whole ordeal would be an understatement. I couldn’t figure out how else to explain a bullfight other than to give my extremely uneducated gringo take on things while showing a series of photos of what I saw. Ole!

Photos taken on July 3, 2011 in Tijuana, Mexico.
Camera: Canon 5D Mark II
Lenses: Canon 24-70mm & 70-200mm

One thought on “What Happens at a Bullfight as Told by a White Dude & 30 Photographs

  1. Jesse Peterson

    i love the photo story. i like that you started from the beginning to the end of the bull. i am a amateur photography that goes to brooks institute in ventura and i want to shot sports like bmx skate boarding and motorcycles. i found your website and like the work that you do so i started to fallow you stuff and look to see the new stuff.


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