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Mayan vendor; her beautiful clothing is striking, while her strong face and proud profile make her unforgettable.

Sometime it's a pair of eyes or flowing gorgeous hair, other times it's the sky or a sunset. I've been inspired by supple skin or the texture of a soft shirt.

Native Guna (kuna) woman creating a mola. (Panama)

Panama - a kuna woman sewing. Use to love seeing the Kuna people in the city.

Mayan Woman at Market ~ From the Guatemala Photo Gallery on the Fans del Espanol site.  Photographer J Loveland

Mayan Woman at Market ~ Guatemala Photographer J Loveland

Guatemala Indigenous People and Guatemala Photo Documentary - Maya Photography and Mayan Cultures

Man from Todos Santos, Guatemala

Chapina linda by alonsodr, via Flickr

Colorful typical dress of Guatemala

Mujer tarahumara fabricando sus artesanías

Mujer tarahumara fabricando sus artesanías

Tzutujil woman, Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala. Photo by Michael Sheridan

Tz'utujil Maya woman from Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala. Goes with lectura opcional 1 (p.

ladies wearing huipil from Yucatan,

Huipil from Yucatn, Mexico

The beautiful colors of Guatemala www.coeduc.org

Guatemalan girls wearing colorful cloths/ string in their hair

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GUATEMALA, G Guatemala Mam women and girls in traditional dress wait to be seen at a medical clinic in their remote village in the Northwestern Highlands of Guatemala.

Peruvian dancer I by Maximiliano Brina on 500px

/ Photo "Peruvian dancer I" by Maximiliano Brina

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Day of the Virgin Guadalupe.

Odelia’s ‘huipil’ took her six months to make. Copyright: Kennerley Clay.

Odelia’s ‘huipil’ took her six months to make.

Traditional embroidered blouses from the San Mateo Ixtatan region.    Via Lena Corwin/Hikaru Furuhashi.

These ladies are from San Mateo Ixtatán, Huehuetenago, Guatemala, as indicated by their stunning huipiles.

La Tirana. Chile.

Local costumes in (by unknown)

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile,

"The spirit of the race is present in the jewels, the light of the metaphysical conceptions, the symbolic and protective union of the deities with their people"

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