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Amazing beautiful colors of Mexico dreamlife yucatan chiapas rivieramaya tulum playa quintanaroo aventura mexico conservacion belleza cenotes bacalar holbox siankaan islablanca surdemexico puertoaventuras mahahual islacontoi buenavida hermosomexico teamomexico beachlife sayulita nayarit dreamlife bajacalifornia cabos . If you want information about our properties in Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Bacalar, Tulum and Majahual please contact me. +52 1 818 088 98 09. conceptintegrity gmail.com

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Carlos Bazán 🖌 disfruta de plasmar personajes de la naturaleza 🍃 haciendo una interacción entre ellos. El amor por el arte le inició a los 15 años, por lo que en el 2008 participó en un taller realizado en la Casa de Cultura de San Pedro y San Pablo Teposcolula, guiado por el Maestro Enrique Martorell. Desde ese momento comenzó a realizar obras inéditas inspiradas en su entorno y su vida diaria 🌈 arte cultura art artistsoninstagram artist mid yucatan mexican mexapower mexico carlosbazanart

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🔥PURA FRESCURA CON NUESTRO BRO varihen_arman 🍇🏖🔥••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 📩👇🏽COMPRA AQUÍ 👇🏽📩✅✅ PRECIOS MAYOREO Y TIENDAS 💵🌎 ¡Envío inmediato a TODO México 🇲🇽! Más información ℹ️ por inbox 📨 o al whatsapp📲 9997-400-530 -Paga con tarjeta 💳 -Depósito en Oxxo 💰••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Tags 🏷 skate downhill 2019 skateboarding merida yucatan longboard mexico rider dietryingskateboards tshirt sk8 dietrying distribuidores mayoreo roller pack road yucatan freeride longboard die extremerules yeah toesideslide toeside

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Cruise to Yucatan, Mexico: 1,000 miles, 33 family members, 23.3 knots. what's the worst that could happen yucatan mexico progresso cozumel Maritime laws only

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Amazing beautiful colors of Mexico dreamlife yucatan chiapas rivieramaya tulum playa quintanaroo aventura mexico conservacion belleza cenotes bacalar holbox siankaan islablanca surdemexico puertoaventuras mahahual islacontoi buenavida hermosomexico teamomexico beachlife sayulita nayarit dreamlife bajacalifornia cabos . If you want information about our properties in Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Bacalar, Tulum and Majahual please contact me. +52 1 818 088 98 09. conceptintegrity gmail.com

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Connection. To where we came from, the earth we walk upon, the food and water that sustain us, the people that build us. That’s what I’ve been learning is one of the meanings of life, yet is the very thing we lack in our modern culture. We don’t know the people that make our clothes, we don’t know where our food comes from, we spend more time indoors than out, and more time scrolling that we do reflecting. Connection to the earth and the people in it is what it means to be human, but we are settling for quick doses of high in the form of social media addiction, consumerism, drinking, and living for the “next thing”. But we weren’t meant to mask our humanity. Our real skin beneath the makeup, our real struggles off social media, our desires deep down for more. We were meant to feel the rain on our skin and the dirt in our hands and the warmth of hugging a stranger (though none of us are, anyway). We were meant to breathe, eat, learn, grow, laugh, dance, and love together. I’m learning how to navigate these things while living in a culture that only cares about the here and now. Whatever is quickest and easiest. I think it starts with speaking up, which encourages others to ask themselves the same questions. But for now I’m going to take every chance I can to rid myself of the things that are a distraction and get back to the root of this precious human existence 🌿✨ Thank you natashaa_perez for the photo 💛

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A streak of red paint below Maya blue decorate this prowling jaguar at the Temple of the Tables, southeast of Chichén Itzá's Sacred Cenote. When scientists dredged the massive sinkhole at the turn of the 20th century, they found a layer of this same blue pigment—made of indigo extract, palygorskite, and copal resin—some 14 feet thick. The Maya believed this powerful blue to be a connection with their rain god, Chahk. When throwing sacrifices into the cenote, victims along with pottery and other offerings would often be covered in Maya blue in hopes that Chahk would send rain in return lolodoesmexico mayablue chahk raingod templeofthetables frieze jaguar sacredcenote chichenitza 7wondersoftheworld sevenwonders mesoamerica archeology archeologicalsite yucatan wanderlust kodak portra nikonFE2 35mm

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A streak of red paint below a streak of Maya blue decorate this jaguar at Chichén Itzá’s Temple of the Tables, just southeast of the Sacred Cenote. When scientists dredged the massive cenote at the turn of the 20th century, they found a layer of this same blue pigment—made of indigo extract, palygorskite, and copal resin—some 14 feet thick. Why?! The ancient Maya believed this powerful blue to be a connection with their rain god, Chahk. When throwing sacrifices into the sinkhole, victims, along with pottery and other offerings, would often be covered in Maya blue in hopes that Chahk would send rain in return lolodoesmexico mayablue chahk raingod templeofthetables frieze jaguar sacredcenote chichenitza 7wondersoftheworld sevenwonders mesoamerica archeology archeologicalsite yucatan wanderlust kodak portra nikonFE2 35mm

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𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐜𝐡𝐞𝐧 𝐈𝐭𝐳𝐚 🖤

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Beautiful sunset 😍