With the Sun in My Eyes (images from Mexico) #4. At The End of The Road

It’s a source of endless fascination for me to observe and consider how other cultures conceive of and deal with death. The Mexican ‘end of the road’ traditions, ceremonies and the ways they design and construct their final resting places, can all seem quite surreal to our Anglo Protestant northern values. However, in this country, that is so essentially and inherently surreal by nature, none of the following images seem at all out of place.

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