Trabajador de la Tierra

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© Skippy Sanchez
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UploadedAugust 22, 2007
TakenMay 23, 2007
MakeLeica Camera Ag
ModelM8 Digital Camera
ISO160
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Subsistance farming is a way of life for many rural Hondurans. A small church in La Ceibita has cleared a little more than an acre of jungle, planted a community garden and provided garden tools for those who have no opprotunity or land to produce thier own food.

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  • ndiginiz

    ndiginiz said (22 Aug 2007):

    Tena koe ehoa
    Even though its not about ethnicity I can relate to this on that very level. There's an abundance of re-immersion in old cultural ways and methods of self sustainability and living on the land. I believe there are certain cultures that have an affinity to the earth/land in more ways than others.
    Society in-general and time has arrived at a point where it is now considered a viable option to look at the ways previous generations survived in harmony with that which inevitably is their provider - the land.

  • nicolas celaya

    nicolas celaya said (23 Aug 2007):

    Muy buena! lindo encuadre.

  • Summer Rogers

    Summer Rogers gave props (24 Aug 2007):

    Wonderful!

  • Eigirdas Zemaitis

    Eigirdas Zemaitis gave props (30 Aug 2007):

    Nice

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