The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

The magnificent work of the women from the La Mega Cooperativa de Saraguro, Ecuador. Woven beads inspired by tradition and innovative designs inspired by nature.

Beadwork | ... jim linda belote go to beadwork 2000 b www saraguro org beadwork3 htm

Beadwork | ... jim linda belote go to beadwork 2000 b www saraguro org beadwork3 htm

Ecuador. Unidad Educativa Experimental Activa Intercultural Trilingue "Inka Samana", en Saraguro, Loja. Graduación de bachilleres. https://www.facebook.com/pages/INKA-SAMANA/101245569927872

Ecuador. Unidad Educativa Experimental Activa Intercultural Trilingue "Inka Samana", en Saraguro, Loja. Graduación de bachilleres. https://www.facebook.com/pages/INKA-SAMANA/101245569927872

The first humanistic portrait of life among the Saraguros of southern Ecuador is woven with a meditative self-reflection on the author’s role as anthropologist and the role of cross-cultural understanding itself in the Andean Highlands and beyond.

The first humanistic portrait of life among the Saraguros of southern Ecuador is woven with a meditative self-reflection on the author’s role as anthropologist and the role of cross-cultural understanding itself in the Andean Highlands and beyond.

Araña

" Saraguro Ecuador, Multiple lines extending from diamond shapes remind Saragurans of spiders. This Araña (spider) collar was made by Aleja Medina.

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