More small windows on the sweet maze comprised by the streets of Mexico City.
Seems you never know quite what to expect when out and about prowling big city streets witha camera. These are two performers from the theatre group Teatro del Parpadeo rehearsing a scene from their upcoming performance on a pedestrian street.
A young lady sets up shop displaying vintage Polaroid cameras and contemporary handcrafts at a small rooftop bazaar.
The unusual view you get while peering over the shoulder of one of the waiters at the Canalla’s restautrant, in Mexico City’s historic center.
There are few better ways to keep fit and entertained than playing a little sunday morning “futbol” among amigos.
Forget sweeping. Everything in Mexico City requires a daily scrub-down with frothy soapy water. The amount of dust that falls on the city from surrounding drylands is quite impressive.
Why would a city council opt for a fancy two-seater hippo-shaped bronze contraption when a standard issue bench could seat four people for about a hundred bucks? Because Mexico City supports its artists, which is more and better than can be said of most places…