Cuauhtemoc Mexican native glyph. Copyright 2014 Miguel Omaña.

Mexican native glyph, long exposure photo.

Fire Cuauhtemoc. Long exposure photograph I shot from a bonfire in form of native symbol or glyph of Descending Eagle, Cuauhtemoc in Nahuatl language. The Descending Eagle was considered by the ancient indigenous Mexicans to be the Sun while it sets at the end of the day. I did the form by moving the camera while taking the photograph.}

Cuauhtemoc was the name and glyph for the last Mexica Aztec ruler, who fought the Hispanics.

Cuauhtemoc Mexican native symbol, long exposure photography. Copyright 2014 Miguel Omaña. Cuauhtemoc Mexican native symbol, long exposure photography. Copyright 2014 Miguel Omaña.

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