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Entries in Virgen de Guadalupe (1)


Virgen de Guadalupe

This photo expresses so much of what I love about Mexico: the old work truck, the bundles of carefully wrapped produce heading to market, the homemade wooden enclosure and green tarp, the man in back watching over everything (or, at least, getting a ride), the t-shirt with the image of the Virgen de Guadalupe. Taken on the road near Acatzingo, Puebla. [NOTE: I remember taking this photo, but I could never find it. Turns out I took it with Silvia Purata's camera on one of our trips back from Oaxaca (see Alebrijes). She dug it out for me yesterday (thx, Silvia)].