In the days preceding The Day of The Dead, San Miguel offers a range of festivities for visitors. Huge figures on stilts are paraded near the central square. When the stilt-walkers took a break, I found a young girl exploring the innards of this over-sized costume. This image uses a triple incongruity to express its idea. There is a substantial scale incongruity in the contrasting size of the two huge costumed figures and the two humans that sit below them. And the child using the skirt of the figure as a hiding place is likewise incongruous. The woman on the right is one of the stilt-walkers, and appears to be oblivious to the camera. The child, however, looks a bit guilty. I caught her playing at something that might have been off-limits. A third incongruity arises from the contrast in expressions. The two figures convey exaggerated responses. The pair of people seems considerably more restrained.