BOLETOS DE LOTERIA:
Public markets in Latin America are vast, sprawling things where you can find virtually
anything you can imagine. The guy in the foreground is selling sandals and lottery
tickets. He was well-
SE VENDE POLLOS:
(CHICKENS FOR SALE)
In Guayaquil the market spills out into the streets. The smells are a composite of
hanging raw meat, burning charcoal, over-
NINITAS (LITTLE GIRLS):
Small cities and towns are designed for walking. Commercial districts surround a zocalo or central park in the center of which in the bigger towns is a kind of band box. On Sundays families dress up and come to the zocalo to socialize. I set up to shoot one entrance to the zocalo in Cuernavaca and got lucky when two little girls in white dresses chased each other through the frame.
LOS LUSTRABOTAS (SHOESHINERS):
In Latin America poor kids work on the streets. They sell gum, shine shoes, run errands and hustle the vendors in the markets. These lustrabotas are working the Sunday crowd in the zocalo in Quito, the capital of Ecuador.