Clay pots in Irapuato, Mexico
Multiple clay pots stand collected together. For the most part, the pots are unglazed, though a few sport decorative glazed stripes.
Irapuato is a large town in the Mexican state of Guanajuato known for its agricultural produce. The town was originally settled by the Tarascan Indian community, but it remained a small village until the Spanish conquistadors discovered large silver deposits in the nearby town of Guanajuato. Since then the village has grown into a city, but it still retains much of its Indian heritage, including architectural styles and agricultural practices.