During our documentary photography trip to the village of Doña Ana, we met a really interesting person. I was walking with my two friends; they were waiting for me since I recently had knee surgery, and other students in the class were a lot of steps ahead of us.
Suddenly we saw a woman coming from her house and hurrying toward us. We stopped to talk to her, but we didn’t know who she was. She introduced herself, her name is Maria de Jesus Garcia, most commonly known as “Mary Jane.”
Ciudad Juarez, it’s a colorful city full of history and music. In this Mexican city, there are several groups of dancers called “Matachines.” What’s special about these type of dancers is that they dance for “La Virgen de Guadalupe.” According to the Catholic religion, “La Virgen de Guadalupe” is the mother of Jesus.