• Blue woman Tilcajete carnival

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    Prior to Ash Wednesday the village of Tilcajete, near Oaxaca, celebrates carnival with imaginative animal and creature masks in chanting, grunting, colorful processions. Here, a carnival celebrant wears blue face paint with a peacock head dress. (I have a similar shot of her male companion.) Bekki and I traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico, February of 2020 with my sister and brother-in-law who organize cultural trips to Central America and Mexico.  
  • Watching the Race

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    The 22nd Hobie 16 World race was held on Captiva Island, Florida, on November, 2019.  A woman watches one of the races from the official observation boat.  
  • Sailing Dominica

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    We had the opportunity to sail the West Indies with friends during the spring of 2019.  This view looks to the island of Dominica under full sail from the cockpit of a Hallberg-Rassy 43.
  • The Baths (2/2)

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    At 'The Baths,' located on the southern end of Virgin Gorda (which is part of the British Virgins) huge granite boulders lie on the beach creating natural grottoes which open to the sea.  Horizontal image in a vertical / horizontal diptych.
  • Reluctant Braids

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    On the island of Saint Martin, near the public markets, I came across a mother braiding her daughter's hair.  As you can see, daughter wasn't too happy about it.
  • Raices Fountain (2/2)

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    Raices Fountain, located in the historic colonial section of San Juan, is said to be one of the most romantic spots in Old San Juan.  I wouldn't know—Bekki was off with someone else when I took these shots.  Image #2 of a diptych.  San Juan was part of our Caribbean cruise in 2008.
  • Beaded Armbands

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads—as shown here.  I love the watch over the armbands.  Taken while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Shipwrecked (3/3)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month.  One day we found this little round little button of an island with white sand, one palm tree, and a grounded freighter in the background.  So we decided to do a 'shipwrecked' triptych.  Bekki donned a dress.  I rowed her to the island in our dinghy, and then rowed away to photograph.  That's trust!  Images made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Shipwrecked (2/3)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month.  One day we found this little round little button of an island with white sand, one palm tree, and a grounded freighter in the background.  So we decided to do a 'shipwrecked' triptych.  Bekki donned a dress.  I rowed her to the island in our dinghy, and then rowed away to photograph.  That's trust!  Images made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Shipwrecked (1/3)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month.  One day we found this little round little button of an island with white sand, one palm tree, and a grounded freighter in the background.  So we decided to do a 'shipwrecked' triptych.  Bekki donned a dress.  I rowed her to the island in our dinghy, and then rowed away to photograph.  That's trust!  Images made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Red Scarf (2/2)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads, long black lines down the nose, and often a gold nose ring.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Red Scarf (1/2)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads, long black lines down the nose, and often a gold nose ring.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Beaded Mosaic

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month. Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, and arm and leg beads.  This intricate geometric beaded pattern needed to be hand strung, bead-by-bead, to display correctly on her small legs.  Image made while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Mola Seamstress

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month.  They sell fruit, vegetables, and handmade mola textiles to the cruisers.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads, long black lines down the nose, and often a gold nose ring.  This woman hopped on deck to sell her mola inventory.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Kuna Canoe Guest

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month.  They sell fruit, vegetables, and handmade mola textiles to the cruisers.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads, long black lines down the nose, and often a gold nose ring.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Chichicastenango Maize

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    Like all third-world countries, vendors find any available space to sell their wares.  This woman spread her corn on a Chichicastenango street.  While not as colorful as most of my other images, the white corn spread out on the street, and her sweet smile, compelled me to take the shot.  Transparency taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Mayan Shaman (1/2)

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    While exploring Chicicastenango someone in the village informed us of a shaman couple that were performing a Mayan ceremony up on the hill.  Following a nearby trail, we found this husband and wife, and they allowed me to photograph them.  Husband and wife are a diptych.  Transparency taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.

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