Friday, 9 September 2011

Mayan Carvings


Ancient city of Copán, Honduras

15 comments:

Team G Square said...

Wonderful capture .Every piece of carving have a story to tell .

Sylvia K said...

Fascinating carvings! Coming from such a "young" country, I'm always fascinated by such ancient carvings/buildings/cities and their history! Great post as always! You have made the most of your travels, JM!

Sylvia

DeeBee L. said...

Superb art, very elaborate.Particularly like the 2nd pic!

Chintan said...

looks like tarot cards to me :) you have such variety of photos to share..

Irina said...

Wow. Very spiritual.

Pat said...

Wonderful shots! I've always been interested in the Mayan culture.

Jean said...

Very cool!!!

Siddhartha Joshi said...

Beautiful...somehow looks a little scary as well...

Stewart M said...

Hi there - thanks for the comment on "The Kingfisher Theory 3" - as you may be able to tell I put a bit of work into it - so its great to get feedback.

I must say I always look forward to your posts - you seem to have been to so many places!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Fabien said...

Original, ce traitement des couleurs.

Art said...

This was some beautiful pictures, great work!

eileeninmd said...

What an interesting place to visit during your travels. The Mayan Carvings are beautiful.

SKIZO said...

was a pleasure to visit you again.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ancient seems to be often more colourful than modern... Quite interesting!
God bless you!
Cezar

Francisca said...

Was this the natural coloration of the stone, José? I don't recall seeing such aqua shade rock before. Sure makes nice pictures. Unfortunately when I was in Honduras, I was teenager with my family and we were in a rush to get to Panama.