Doña Sabina in her bedroom.
Doña Cecilia in her kitchen.
Doña Felipa, wearing a guipil that she wove by hand on a backstrap loom.
Inside Doña Felipa's kitchen.
Doña Cecilia and her granddaughter, her primary caretaker.
Don Tereso and his granddaughter.
A pot balances on the corner of Doña Catalina's cookstove.
A solitary flycatcher hangs from a dimly lit kitchen ceiling in Doña Cecilia's home.
Doña Catalina rests on her bed beside her youngest granddaughter.
Don Paulino in his bedroom.
Doña Andrea shows her recent work weaving a manta tipíco, a cloth of traditional Maya patterns, on her backstrap loom.
Doña Gregoria under the light streaming through a crack in her kitchen ceiling.
Doña Cecilia and her granddaughter.
Doña Francisca takes a break from the mid-day sun to rest in the shade of her daughter's laundry.
Doña Gregoria and her daughters.