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This lady walks around the city of Cuernavaca, Mexico with an old and a young iguana on top of her head. She is advertising their restaurant that specializes in iguana dishes. She was attracting a lot of tourist with cameras, taking pictures and touching the tail of the iguanas. I am one of those curious individual who took pictures but not adventurous enough to eat the meat of a lizard family. The iguanas have stout, very muscled legs and thorny crest at the spine. Cuernavaca is the Capital of Morelos, one of Mexico's smallest states, Cuernavaca has been known for centuries as the City of the Eternal Spring.
With an altitude of 1542 meters (5059 feet), Cuernavaca's climate is mild with warm, sunny days and cool nights. It is located only about 45 minutes drive from Mexico City over an excellent toll highway.

This was taken by a film camera, a Minolta, in September 1985, and the print scanned in HP4570c

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