Monte Alban: A Photo Diary

Marvullo, Joe
September 1986
Archaeology;Sep/Oct86, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p72
Describes how the author took photographs of the Mexican city known as Monte Alban. Photography equipment used; Ancient remains of a great Indian center which rest on a flat mountaintop above the floor of the Oaxaca Valley in southern Mexico; Impressive temples and palaces of Monte Alban; Author's use of a small select group of lenses for almost any location shot.


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