Photos of the Week: Feb. 27, 2023
Mexican Municipality Boasts Dozens of Geysers; Mongolian Students Celebrate National Pride Day; Actors Perform at Theater Festival in Mexico; and more.
Emilio Rascón Nuñez stands near a geyser in Maguarichi, Chihuahua, Mexico. Throughout the municipality, at least 96 geysers form cascades along the stream, some with temperatures over 98 degrees Celsius (208.4 degrees Fahrenheit) and heights of more than 4 meters (13.1 feet).
Carro de Comedias actors from the National Autonomous University of Mexico perform at the Festival Internacional Cervantino Barroco in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. The troupe performs throughout the country, bringing professional theater to diverse audiences.
Karina Fernández, back, teaches basic computer skills to Ruth Gutiérrez, front, and Hilda Gómez at her cybercafe in Tecámac, State of Mexico. “Lots of people tell me that their children or grandchildren don’t have the patience to teach them,” Fernández says. “That’s how I had the idea of offering computer classes.”
Members of the San Pancho Women’s Collective and local residents gather outside the boutique of Paola, whose family asked to identify her by first name only to protect their identities, to condemn Paola’s femicide, committed on Jan. 1, 2023, in San Francisco, Nayarit, Mexico. Her partner, Phil Baroni, a former UFC fighter from the United States, has been charged with aggravated femicide, according to the Nayarit attorney general’s office.