Michael Siegenthaler
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Coffee Production

Guatemala and Honduras



Guatemala January 2009

Guatemala March 2008

Hong Kong

Beijing, China

Shanghai, China

Winter in Upstate New York

Ithaca and Cornell


San Francisco and Sonoma County

Lake Tahoe

Italy July 2004



Southern Germany

Northern Germany


Italy February 2004




Venice, Italy

Switzerland 2003

Northern California

Bay Bridge


Santa Rosa

Switzerland 2002


Germany 2002

Switzerland 2000


Tijuana, Mexico


Guatemala January 2009

Trip to the Mayan ruins at Tikal and other places around Guatemala

Sunset on Lake Atitlán Shoreline in Panajachel, Lake Atitlán Living quarters for nuns at an 18th century convent in Antigua, former capital of Guatemala
That's a lot of bottles... Jars for sale in the famous Chichicastenango Sunday market A site for offerings and other ancient Mayan rituals. The crosses were actually in use even before the first Christians arrived.
Acul, the first of the so-called 'poles of development' set up by the military during the civil war in order to keep a close eye on the Maya Indians Graffiti for the guerilla movement Happy cows
Corn set out on the sidewalk for drying Temple I of the Mayan ruins at Tikal Jungle as far as the eye can see...
The modern (and supposedly safer) way to climb a pyramid Narrow ledge at the top of Temple V at Tikal I didn't think I was afraid of heights, but this is a bit steep!
Temple I again, seen from the base of Temple II Inside one of the chambers at the top of a pyramid This is what pyramids look like after 1000 years of abandonment
Why did the coati cross the road? Monkey in the middle. A bit hard to see, but it really is a howler monkey. Jungle tree