Photo © Verónica Medina
El Zócalo, Mexico City. Groups of indigenous men perform spiritual cleanses (or “limpias”) that rid the body of bad energies. They seem to be aztec communities, and the one featured in the picture was either taking a break or waiting for someone to come to him to offer them said cleanse.
Verónica Medina VENEZUELA
Amateur photographer, Venezuelan born and raised, currently living in Panama. Ever since I can remember I've felt attracted to photography, which I attributed to my aunt being a professional photographer. But slowly over the years I've realized how much I actually enjoy it, and I'm amazed of the comfort I find standing behind the camera, capturing as much of the world as I can. Entering alone is a milestone of mine, so I'm not to worried about winning or losing, the experience alone is enough for me. Thank you for taking the time to read this and review my photograph, I appreciate it very much.
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