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  • ENSENADA, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:   Raymundo de la Mora, president of the Ensenada city council, defends mayor Enrique Pelayo Torres' relaxing of zoning regulations in Baja's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the new regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A sign welcomes visitors to Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico's wine region. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A sign welcomes visitors to Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico's wine region. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A sign at Natalia Badan's Mogor Badan vineyard  protests the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A water catchment reservoir is the first step in construction of a new winery in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. A shortage of water in the desert peninsula is one of the main reasons residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A water catchment reservoir is the first step in construction of a new winery in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. A shortage of water in the desert peninsula is one of the main reasons residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A water catchment reservoir is the first step in construction of a new winery in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. A shortage of water in the desert peninsula is one of the main reasons residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A street scene in Francisco Zarco, one of the small towns populating Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A street scene in El Porvenir, one of the small towns populating Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  Jassiel Mariscal, 4, plays near a pile of burning leaves in El Porvenir, one of the small towns populating Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 26, 2013:  A palm tree is illuminated at the El Cielo winery in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Land is for sale in the popular and growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Signs directing visitors to wineries dot the roadside in the small community of El Porvenir. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  A view of Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • EL PORVENIR, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  A vineyard in Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Jose Rivera picks olives the other main crop in Baja's wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Jose Rivera picks olives the other main crop in Baja's wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Jose Rivera picks olives the other main crop in Baja's wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Jose Rivera picks olives the other main crop in Baja's wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • FRANCISCO ZARCO, BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  A view of Francisco Zarco, ove of the small towns populating the growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  The upscale Corazon de Tierra restaurant uses produce grown on site in the popular and growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Garden manager Claire Acosta picks produce for use in the upscale Corazon de Tierra restaurant in the popular and growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Garden manager Claire Acosta picks produce for use in the upscale Corazon de Tierra restaurant in the popular and growing wine region of Valle de Guadalupe. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg
  • BAJA CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 27, 2013:  Jose Ramirez as lived in the wine region of Valle de Guadalupe since 1954 and is concerned that Mayor Enrique Pelayo Torres's new zoning laws will allow growth that is unsustainable with the lack of water in the desert peninsula. Residents and wineries in Mexico's wine country are protesting the mayor's relaxing of zoning regulations they say will lead to a drastic change in the culture of  the popular tourist destination.  CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
    BajaCalifor...jpg


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