Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Palenque is a Maya ruin of archeo-logical significance situated right on the geographic and botanic line between the mountains of Chiapas and the Yucatan lowlands.
Dense jungle and clear mountain streams surround the site. The weather can be dramatic, and the light was always interesting.
In 1987 Palenque became a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Today and the last two days I've posted photos from earlier travels. I think it is interesting to see what was possible before the digital revolution. Film was challenging. It made me concentrate in a different way.

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