Photo I shot in one of the valleys of the western flank of the Iztaccihuatl volcano.
Iztaccihuatl means White Lady in Nahuatl native language. Ancient indigenous people named her like that because of the feminine silhouette created by the snowy glaciers on the top, resembling a sleeping woman.
If you enjoy Mexican scenery and history you may enjoy my novel Till Stars Shut Their Eyes.
Forest at Mexican volcaones. Copyright 2013 Miguel Omaña.