In Tepoztlán, México, on weekends there is a street market. People set up their stands on the street to sell their wares. One of these stands is this "mexican" scenery where people -mostly foreigners, I think- wear mexican hats and take photographs. The owners of the stand charge for the right to take the photo. That's ok with me. What it is not ok is to have that sign (you can see it hanging there) that says -with a pretty bad grammar- something like "Forbidden to shoot photographs or video. Authorities will be called".
It was such a nice day that I refrained from asking those guys what was so illegal about shooting photographs if they were on a public street.
Anyway, and mostly because of that sign, I shoot several photographs, all of them from the hip. This one turned out aesthetically fine to me. The guy in the photo kept an eye on me at all times. He surely knew I was shooting, but he didn't say a word. And if he did, what? Was he calling the cops?