Monday, March 5, 2012

GUADALAJARA BY NIGHT



Balloons in the plaza
  Like all big Mexican cities Guadalajara is a melting pot of contrasts. By day, a busy bustling city of crowded streets where shoppers frequent big stores like Gigante, Sears and C and A; but in the evening it assumes a new identity as a vast market place and playground where families meet in the plazas and browse the thousands of stalls selling arts, crafts, souvenirs and enough jewellery to decorate the whole of Mexico. 
Photos: Theo Kingma

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