Friendly, smiling local man in bright T-shirt against matching painted walls. San Sebastian Retalhuleu. Guatemala.
Fierce Guatemalan wooden Dance mask acsting a natural shadow and showinbg horn. As also used in Mexico. Dance of the Devil.
Chichicastenango, El Quiché, Guatemala. Maya girl turning whilst walking home with her mother. Carrying a brightly coloured bundle. Hand woven Guatemalan textile.
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Mystical shot of the wooden jetties at Panajachel, Lake Atitlan at dawn. Guatemala. View across to San Pedro volcano. Sepia toned black and white image.
Ixil Maya woman standing in the doorway of her family home. Nebaj, El Quiché, Guatemala. The red skirt is a symbol of ethnicity.
A group of Ixil speaking Maya women and children standing outside the local Catholic church. nebaj, Ixil triangle, Guatemala. The distinctive red skirt, brocaded blouse (huipil) and headdress is a symbol of ethnic identity.
Three young sisters in the distinctive tribal costume of their Tzutihil Maya community. Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala.
A friendly welcoming from the children in an Ixil Maya family. Chajul, El Quiché, Guatemala. Weaving is a vibranttradition in this area. The Quiché suffered greatly in the civil War.
The steps of Sto Tomas Church, Chichicastenango. This Quiche Maya town holds a colourful market selling souvenirs, textiles and wooden crafts.
Tourists at the end of a jetty, silhouetted at sunset. Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. San Pedro volcano beyond.