“Guanajuato Street Market” is a picture taken by Abel Briquet. Once again, the title of this picture describes the setting. This picture shows multiple street vendors in a small street market in the Mexican city of Guanajuato in 1896. Large piles of woven baskets are seen in the forefront, on both sides of the street belonging to different vendors. This photo is a great example of the street markets full of handmade goods that are still ever-so-present in modern day Mexico. Men, women, and children alike are all seen at the market, either browsing the multiple tents on the street, or simple walking around. The people are all wearing traditional Mexican clothing, including ponchos and sombreros with basic designs. In the background, a beautiful display of architecture, similar to many large buildings in Mexico at the time, can be seen. This building must be of some importance, either a Spanish governmental building, or a catholic church.