Mujeres mayas en el nixtamal, Valladolid, Yucatán, 1983.
Fotografía de : Christa-Cowrie
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.
saqueo en los cabos tras huracán odile (baja california sur, 2014)
La fuerza de la mujer mexicana
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.
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.”
Mujer Teenek de la huasteca en San Luis Potosí. México