I was recently in Atlixco, Puebla. I was in the area looking for cempasuchil (marigold) fields to photograph. While I waited for clear skies, I wandered through Atlixco, which is a wonderfully photogenic place.
A few streets away from the park, I came across a wonderful facade. I love to photograph doors and windows set in crumbling facades. This one was beautiful, and quite long. A truck blocked one end of it, but no cars were in front of the majority. I quickly got a photo that I’m very happy with.
Unfortunately, due to the truck blocking the end of the wall, I had to cut off some letters — nza. It should be “La Esperanza”, which makes a little more sense.