Tzutujil Mayan Hoku canoes on Lago Atitlan, Guatemala
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Lago Atitlan Guatemala

Lago Atitlan, Guatemala ©Robert Leon …Looming over Lago Atitlan San Pedro volcano is a witness of time where Tzutujil Mayan fishermen in wooden canoes called Hoku glide in the dusk fog over Lago Atitlan’s surface…. Hoku Canoes on Lago Atitlan. Santiago Atitlan, Lago Atitlan, Guatemala. Latin American music pumps…

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Rajasthani boy runs on textiles near Jaipur, Rajasthan, India on Verge magazine cover
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Documentary photograph of Rajasthani Boy Running on Textiles Drying in Rajasthan India on Verge Magazine Cover

Photo of a Rajasthani boy running across textiles in Rajasthan, India on Verge Magazine Cover. Documentary photo of a young Rajasthani boy running on textiles drying in the Thar Desert sun in near the city of Jaipur, Jaipur District, Rajasthan State, India on verge magazine cover (January 2006). See documentary photos and travel images of…

Mam Mayan shepherd holding sheep on cover for The World and I Magazine
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Documentary Photos and Story The World of The Maya in The World & I Magazine

Documentary photos of  Mayan Culture and story text written about the Mayan people's culture along La Ruta Maya or The Mayan Route is the cover feature story for The World & I magazine (December 1996). This documentary photo-reportage and story text about Mayan culture called “The World of The Maya” was the cover feature story…

Bhopa-bhopi named Chitter Bhopa holding a baby, Pushkar Fair, Rajasthan, India
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Documentary photographs of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India in Feature Shoot

The Children of the Remote Villages in the Thar Desert photo-documentary is published in "Feature Shoot" . See more in Feature Shoot here... The Children of the Remote Villages in the Thar Desert (See more images and story at Feature Shoot) December 12, 2016 by Ellyn Kail "Chitter Bhopa holds his granddaughter at their camp…