TZUTUJIL LADY - GUATEMALA by Michael Sheridan
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Santiago is a traditional Mayan village located on the shore of beautiful Lake Atitlan in the highlands of Guatemala. The major tribal group in the village are the Tzutujil People. The Tzutujil Ladies are famous for their “halo” headdresses. Unfortunately, these are now rarely seen, worn only by a few elderly village ladies..

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  • alneaimi
    alneaimialmost 6 years ago

    strong image.

  • ElRobbo
    ElRobboalmost 6 years ago

    Your hobby really stands out, Michael!
    Another beautifully crafted portrait!
    Well done, mate!

  • JKKimball
    JKKimballalmost 6 years ago

    Remarkable Michael, beautifully posed and captured ~~!!

  • faizee
    faizeealmost 6 years ago

    good image

  • HELUA
    HELUAalmost 6 years ago

    Very impressive lady…great character!!! Wonderful portrait!!!

  • whittsatwoopi
    whittsatwoopialmost 6 years ago

    Brilliant, you should be working for Lonely Planet mate!

  • Susan  Kimball
    Susan Kimballalmost 6 years ago

    awesome colors and textures!

  • stickelsimages
    stickelsimagesalmost 6 years ago

    What a wonderful face & photo. Lee

  • jennyfnf
    jennyfnfalmost 6 years ago

    Stunning colours. Her face says it all. You are a Wizard with your camera Michael.

  • David Clark
    David Clarkalmost 6 years ago

    Hi Michael – great photo – I have never seen the headdress before — I first went to Lake Atitlan area in 1972 — my brother had just moved to Guatemala – he finally left there just this year. I think I still have one of these wipilaea (blouse/shirt) somewhere — incredible needlework – thanks for sharing all of your amazing portraits – dave

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