Following up on 'yesterday's' post (actually a few days ago), a few black and whites from the past year around Mexico that never got published.
Zapatistas sing their hymn at a community meeting. (Balaclavas are on because I was taking pictures, not because they always wear them: Zapatistas generally do not show their faces in public)
Grant 'Twiggy' Baker - a legend of the big wave surf scene - catches a macker on the gnarliest day I've ever seen. His friend, professional surfer and videographer Noel Robinson, died on a wave shortly after this pic.
Standing guard: a staple of Mexico City rooftops
A machine shop near La Merced, Mexico City
Holding court in Tepito.
A favourite hair style, sported by women in an indigenous town in Chiapas being relocated to new 'sustainable cities' by the gov.
Union Representatives speak to a crowd on the anniversary of the worst day of violence in the 2006 occupation of Ciudad Oaxaca. Security forces, accused of killing or disappearing dozens of protestors and organizers, were nowhere to be seen - except as an effigy hanging from the gazebo in the Zocalo.
Betters and afficionados keep a close eye on their bets and birds. Ciudad Oaxaca.
From same night as above shot... I just love dude gettin' his gallo strut on.
A woman sitting by a freshly decorated grave in Lo De Soto, Guerrero. I was hoping she would move her face a few inches out of the shadow, but she never did.
Pushing goods for sale and someone to sell them down a side street in Tepito, Mexico City.
"Juan" steers a boat through the forest swamps deep in the Lancondon Jungle. He is among the last people still speaking Lancondon Maya, which many believe to be among the oldest languages in Mexico.
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