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Hidden in an Oaxacan Market - Oaxaca, Mexico
This photo is particularly important to me because it features Senora Mane, a lovely woman who brought us into her family to experience the local traditions in Oaxaca, Mexico around day of the dead. Here we are in front of her stall in a market in Oaxaca, where you can see the traditional "papel picado" that she sells. This brightly colored paper is just one of the many traditions she introduced us to that week, along with traditional foods, the altars for "Dia de los Muertos," and the celebrations of her hometown. Her open house and heart created an unforgettable trip and allowed us to gain an amazing understanding of Mexican traditions and culture.
ISEP Exchange - Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
That Aha Moment
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