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When I got to Isidro’s art show, on time, they were still setting up the show and getting the band set up. I should know by now that in Mexico, when they say six o’clock, that the affair is more likely to start by eight.
So I took a stroll into the town plaza instead.
Watched by the usual mannequins.
The church loomed overhead across the plaza from the Casa Cultural where the art show was being set up.
Huge rocking horses in the square were rarely riderless.
There were the obligatory pigeons
with their obligatory feeders.
And the usual guy busy staring at the world in his own palm.
This little girl was playing a game of hide and seek with her friend.
This meteorite found in the mountains above town now resides in the town plaza.
Vital statistics for the meteorite.
Finally, I walked back across the square to the side entrance of the Casa Cultural.
Loved this large impromptu portrait shed on the floor in the center of the gallery.
Isidro;,putting his final touches on a portrait.