Mujeres mayas en el nixtamal, Valladolid, Yucatán, 1983.
Fotografía de : Christa-Cowrie

Mujeres mayas en el nixtamal, Valladolid, Yucatán, 1983.

Fotografía de : Christa-Cowrie

thegetty:

Detailed views of the dazzling ancient monuments of Central America through the eyes (and hands) of english explorers. 

Castle at Tulum, 1844, Frederick Catherwood. Getty Research Institute.
Plate 158, No. 2 in Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, 1853, John Lloyd Stephens. Getty Research Institute.
[Idol and altar at Copan] in Views of ancient monuments in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, 1844, Frederick Catherwood. Getty Research Institute.
Archway; Casa del Governador, Uxmal, Frederick Catherwood (author), Andrew Picken (lithographer). Getty Research Institute.

alvareztostado:

saqueo en los cabos tras huracán odile (baja california sur, 2014)

alvareztostado:

saqueo en los cabos tras huracán odile (baja california sur, 2014)

lapinchecanela:

La fuerza de la mujer mexicana

lapinchecanela:

La fuerza de la mujer mexicana

joaquinguzmanloera:

Guadalajara, Jalisco. ¡VIVA MEXICO!

joaquinguzmanloera:

Guadalajara, Jalisco.
¡VIVA MEXICO!

latinorebels:

Yesterday, A Trail of Humanity 350-mile, 30-day march from Merced, California, arrived at US-Mexico border. Marchers called for more compassion in immigration debate.

latinorebels:

Yesterday, A Trail of Humanity 350-mile, 30-day march from Merced, California, arrived at US-Mexico border. Marchers called for more compassion in immigration debate.

instagram:

Treasure Hunting in Mexico City with @lanzgg

For more photos of Jacinta’s street treasures, follow @lanzgg on Instagram.

“This city is a place full of life, loud noises and big smiles. It is saturated with colors and flavors,” explains Mexico City Instagrammer Jacinta Lanz (@lanzgg). Though Jacinta is originally from Dayton, Ohio, she moved to Mexico City as a young child and has found artistic inspiration in her adopted country ever since. “I’m on the lookout for color, decay and people. When I find all of those things together, I feel like I’ve won the lottery. Places that look forgotten, old, dirty or even ugly often become treasures for me. I find something extraordinary, in the everyday ordinary.”

vivirenmexico:

Mujer Teenek de la huasteca en San Luis Potosí. México

vivirenmexico:

Mujer Teenek de la huasteca en San Luis Potosí. México

vivirenmexico:

Textiles Mexicanos

vivirenmexico:

Textiles Mexicanos

xochitlmictlan:

fymexicanfood:

Chiles de árbol tostados

🙌

Creí que eran gusanos de maguey

xochitlmictlan:

fymexicanfood:

Chiles de árbol tostados

🙌

Creí que eran gusanos de maguey