On the right – a retablo, a votive Mexican folk painting, usually on a small piece of tin, which describes in images and words a miracle.
Targets at a rifle stall Tin hearts on a shop wall. Photo’s by an altar.
Pots found during the restoration of an old convent (now a hotel) and set into the wall. A nicho in another wall at the same hotel.
A nicho in an outside wall. One of a display of 20 or so make-shift nichos outside a cafe in Oaxaca.
Clearing the cemetery ready for the Day of the Dead. Nichos at the cemetery.
A tin frame. A roadside shrine. An outside wall.