Exploring the museum
Misol Ha Falls
A festival of egrets
At the top of this root cluster was an entrance to a ruin entrance covered by the jungle. Not visible from the path, but climbing the roots gave me a decent view in the next photo.
Under the roots, a well concealed entrance to where?, we found some bats hanging around ... literally.
A well established and ongoing relationship between jungle and history
Lines and textures
Lines and textures at the Temple of the Sun
Lines and textures, and evidence of original stucco
Lines and textures in the Palace
View of the Temple of Inscriptions from within the Palace
Some local flora
Lines and textures; various stages of construction.
Out of bounds. The walls at the back of the photo are calcified tree roots
Out of bounds and about to be busted for crossing the line
A well established and ongoing relationship between jungle and history. Group A residential complex near the Lower Entrance to the Zone.
The sign warning guests against using a tripod unless you pay extra, at the Lower Entrance.
The sign warning guests against using a tripod unless you pay extra, at the Lower Entrance. Not terribly obvious as it stands about ten feet above the ground.