Wednesday, July 21, 2010


More than 15 days have passed since the force of Huracan Alex was felt in northeastern of Mexico. The State of Nuevo Leon collapsed around the city. The rural areas; the poorest, still suffer the consequences. The amazing thing of the hurricane is not the water over flooding the river. What is amazing is to see how people had forgotten of these communities that have been devastated.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

El Vidente II

Muchisimas gracias a la Maquina de Sueños, a Samuel Bernal y Salvador Ibarra, se los agradezco de todo corazón.

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Monday, July 19, 2010

110 feet - 110 pies

110 feet - 110 pies from Diego Huerta on Vimeo.

I have seen and heard many survival stories during and after Hurricane Alex. But this one, has its charm. A few days ago we were told by some good friends that a group of volunteers was coming together to rescue around 13-15 dogs that were trapped in a shelter and ready to be adopted inside the Huasteca canyon. All this time that I have been documenting with Daniela by my side, I must say that I never knew such a story and be witness to such love.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The day that color didn't exist / El día que no tuvimos color

On July 1, the State of Nuevo Leon woke up being different to what it was before. It took one night only for Hurricane Alex to claim its property. The natural channels of the different rivers that surround the city woke up from a long and unexpected nap in a very short time. Hurricane Alex is now officially the most disastrous of the history of Nuevo León leaving thousands homeless and without possibility to work, leaving a paralyzed and afraid city, trembling and praying for it to not happen again.