Memories of Mexico II. After a rain, water falls from the roof and into the inner courtyard of the centuries-old Talavera tile factory in innercity Puebla, Pue., Mexico. Puebla is — or at least it used to be — the most Spanish of Mexican cities. This is a wonderful example. It was serene in the courtyard, more like a monastic cloister. Picture taken June 1, 1972. Petri F1.9 rangefinder camera with 45mm f1.9 lens. Negatives long gone; scanned from textured paper (popular in the ’70s; ugh). No other data available. Click on image to enlarge.