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A young boy carries a bouquet of bright, red zempazuchitl flowers that his family was harvesting to sell for Day of the Dead, the Mexican fiesta celebration. Pickers work late into the evening under the shadow of Popocatépetl, or El Popo as locals call the volcano.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- 11170x7469 / 26.8MB
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- Contained in galleries
- Long Road South BOOK_National Geographic 1/1999