I was walking in a park called Alameda Central in Mexico City. This park was built in 1592, an incredibly long time ago, and is the oldest park not only in Mexico but in the Americas. There used to be a market here during the Aztec period.
In the park, there were people relaxing and spending time, while others were setting up stalls and doing business. The young man in this photo was the latter. He was selling small leather goods that he had made himself. He was just cutting the leather with scissors to make his products. When I pointed my camera at him, he stopped for a moment and smiled at me.
|Nov 2010 MEXICO PEOPLE
|MEXICO CITY NECKLACE SCISSOR STREET VENDOR STUBBLE
November 24, 2010
January 2, 2024
Mexico City, Mexico
CANON EOS 1V
EF85MM F1.2L II USM