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Nebaj, Guatemala. An old photo that hangs on the balcony of our house in Nebaj, featuring different forms of traditional ‘traje’
Nebaj, Guatemala. Danielle’s despedida, featuring egg shells filled with confetti and thrown by the neighborhood kids
Nebaj, Guatemala. The traditional Chajul ‘cinta’ is still used today as common hair wrap, with the trademark ‘bolitas’ worn only in Chajul.
Nebaj, Guatemala. Danielle, in the ‘traje’ of Chajul, complete with cinta, arretes, and huipil.
Volcan Fuego, on Lago Atitlan
Traditional ‘fajas’ from the ixil region, sold in the marketplace at Chichicastenango for tourists.
Los Cuchumanates, the mountain range that cradles the Ixil region of Guatemala in the Western Highlands
Chajul, Guatemala. The entrance to the Catholic church.
Chajul, Guatemala. The door of the Catholic church is decorated with traditional Ixil symbols also seen in their woven textiles.
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