Documentary photo of the Lacandon Mayan culture in Integral Magazine.
Documentary photo of Lacandon Mayan boy at Cascadas Lacanja, Lacanja Village, Chiapas State, Mexico along The Mayan Route is in Integral Magazine (Spain, November 2005).
9-year old Lacandon Mayan boy named Pancho standing in front of Cascadas Lacanja (Lacanja Waterfalls) in The Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve in The Selva Lacandona (Lacandon Jungle). Near Lacanja Village, Chiapas State, Mexico.
This documentary image is of a Lacandon Mayan boy named Pancho in the Selva Lacandona (Lacandon Jungle) in Chiapas State, Mexico along the Mayan Route which was photographed on color transparency film from 1995 and 1996 during three trips along The Mayan Route.
These photos of the Lacandon Mayan culture were photographed along the La Ruta Maya, or The Mayan Route. The Mayan Route photo-documentary covers the countries of Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico (Yucatan and Chiapas) and illustrates Mayan culture, traditional Mayan villages, markets, archaeological sites, Mayan rituals, festivals and traditions from Pre-Columbian time to Spanish Colonialism and the present.