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Teotitlán del Valle; Mexico’s Famous Village of Rug Weavers Read more at Suite101: Teotitlán del Valle: Mexico’s Famous Village of Rug Weavers

Many of you know that Christine Zenino, Chicago-based travel writer and photographer, participated in our recent Oaxaca Day of the Dead Documentary Photography Workshop, October 2010.  Chrissy writes for Suite 101 and just posted this story on November 30, 2010.  It is a lovely reflection of the village and tapestry weaving. I want to share it with you.


Coming up:  June 29-July 5, 2011 — Oaxaca Photography Expedition:  Market Towns and Artisan Villages.  For a complete description, click HERE.



Christine Zenino’s Oaxaca Day of the Dead Photos 2010

Chicago travel writer and photographer Christine Zenino participated with us on the 2010 Oaxaca Day of the Dead Documentary Photography Expedition.  She has just posted her photos on Flickr and I want to share them with you.  Chrissy also came along with me — post-expedition– for two days in Puebla where she climbed the indigenoous archeological pyramid in Cholula where the Spaniards built a magnificent guilded church.  Be sure to give Chrissy photo credits if you use her beautiful shots.  Saludos, Norma