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"Us & Them" photo shoot of a Zapatista commander and a couple hundred of his solders in a Zapatista Rebel encampment deep in the jungles of Palenque Mexico.

Funny side note...
Setting up shots, shooting and then tearing down takes a lot of time. During after this shot, the Zapatista convoy I was riding with left the Palenque compound and was on its way to another Rebel base about 6 hours away.
Without me...
I ran for the truck as it was leaving. With 50lbs of gear on my back, I didn’t make it...
I watched the convoy disappear in the jungle with my gear bag leaving me with no money, no passport, no food, and a pathetic knowledge of the Spanish language...
So I started hiking the road in the direction of the convoy surrounded by beautiful, thick jungle and the epic sounds of life coming from the jungle.
Then after a few miles I came around a bend and there was the convoy, stopped!
It’s difficult keeping a convoy of 60+ vintage vehicles rolling smoothly on small, muddy Mexican jungle roads...
I found my truck, climbed onboard and was greeted with cheers.

Filename
"Us & Them" Zapatista Photo Shoot.
Copyright
Wayne Belger
Image Size
3300x2202 / 2.9MB
Contained in galleries
"Us & Them" Project. 2015 to Present.
"Us & Them" photo shoot of a Zapatista commander and a couple hundred of his solders in a Zapatista Rebel encampment deep in the jungles of Palenque Mexico.<br />
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Funny side note... <br />
Setting up shots, shooting and then tearing down takes a lot of time. During after this shot, the Zapatista convoy I was riding with left the Palenque compound and was on its way to another Rebel base about 6 hours away. <br />
Without me... <br />
 I ran for the truck as it was leaving.  With 50lbs of gear on my back, I didn’t make it...<br />
I watched the convoy disappear in the jungle with my gear bag leaving me with no money, no passport, no food, and a pathetic knowledge of the Spanish language... <br />
So I started hiking the road in the direction of the convoy surrounded by beautiful, thick jungle and the epic sounds of life coming from the jungle. <br />
Then after a few miles I came around a bend and there was the convoy, stopped! <br />
It’s difficult keeping a convoy of 60+ vintage vehicles rolling smoothly on small, muddy Mexican jungle roads... <br />
I found my truck, climbed onboard and was greeted with cheers.