Faces I remember: Mexico (4) By Doug Hall on March 11, 2014 in Mexican Culture Señor Sanchez I asked Señor Sanchez if I could make his portrait. He quickly answered, “¿Cuánto?” How much? I paid him fifty pesos. Paula, the flower girl My mother was a florist so I have a soft spot for ladies selling flowers. I found Paula selling roses in San Miguel de Allende. Señora Antonia When I asked Señora Antonia if I could make her portrait, she beamed broadly. But when I lifted the camera to my eye, she put on a stern look. I think she wanted me to know who was the boss. Muchaco I call this portrait “Muchacho,” which means boy in Spanish. I didn’t get this little fellow’s name, but I just loved the wonder in his eyes.