Ceiba, the Tree of Life
The first in a series of Limited Edition black & white fine art prints from the jungles of Guatemala and Honduras. This is a Ceiba tree, a tree of many names among many cultures around the world. It’s often known as the Tree of Life or the World Tree and is still an important part of Mayan life. If you are interested in one of these archival, digital prints please drop me a line. More from this series will be released in the weeks to come.
Quiriguá, Guatemala, 2011.
The name “Tree of life” is nice, but “he” seems more like standing on his legs!
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