After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition. After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition. After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition. After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition. After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition.

After a year of procrastinating, finally began work yesterday on a self-assigned project on Charreada, more informally and rather incorrectly referred to (by Americans, at least) as “Mexican Rodeo.” This trip to Lienzo El Bajio in Von Ormy, Texas was the first of what I hope will be many day trips around south Texas to photograph this fascinating tradition.