Photograph of four views of Mexican architecture taken from the street, [s.d.]. The frame is divided into four equal, rectangular parts, each containing a separate image: The top left frame shows a detail shot of a carved outer wall, which is shrouded by shadows. The top right panel shows the front of the Iglesia del Divino Salvado (Church of the Divine Salvation) which boasts its title above its tall double doors. Carving surrounds the entrance along the walls. Similar carving is shown on what appears to be another church in the lower left panel, although more lavish. No door is immediately apparent. Finally, the bottom right panel shows two bell towers extending from either side of yet another church's roof.