What to do on a Sunday in May

orange sculpture

Well…this is something to do..

Thursday, May 26, 2011

First, take a walk around the little park and admire the tile map of the city in the style of the 17th century


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The Tianguis as Light and Color

Tianguis open-air market

A Sunday at the Tianguis

Sunday, May 22, 2011

The tianguis is an open-air market dating from pre-Columbian times and I’m fascinated by its history and changes over the centuries, and it features in my current documentary video. People shade themselves and their wares using plastic sheets and umbrellas. These make beautiful patterns in the light and breezes. That’s what I mainly photographed today.

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A Recipe on the Fly

open market

Recipes from the ice cream lady

Sunday May 22, 2011

I ate the MOST refreshing sherbert made of cucumber, jícama, lime, and with chunks of coconut in it, served in a cup lined with powdered chamoi (which turns out to be a mild chile) and with a sweet-sour sauce added to it also made of chamoi.Continue Reading A Recipe on the Fly