domingo, 31 de marzo de 2013
I've already discussed the Mexican virgin Guadalupe in another entry, so I won't be re-hashing that. I just love the intensity of this photo; the sheer volume of religious iconography, the prominence and centrality of Guadalupe and the brightness of the colours and in particular the flowers. What else is so great about this is is that it was located in a small, roadside restaurant in Oaxaca. By small I mean that while it wasn't small in size, it did have a definite quaint feel about it, particularly in the way that the waitress/cook/owner (I guess), an elderly woman, would simply come and ask you what is was that you wanted to eat, without providing a menu.
Such intense and concentrated imagery in such a relaxed, everyday setting. Religion is a funny thing sometimes.