Artisan Carves During Gap Year; Women Craft Cornhusk Flowers; Painter Prepares for Agricultural Show in Zimbabwe; and more.
Altangerel Munkhjargal carves a wooden falcon in Dalanzadgad, Umnugovi province, Mongolia. Altangerel, who took a gap year during the coronavirus pandemic, started carving in his idle time.
Ana Aketzalli Mejía teaches Ximena Díaz how to make a flower out of cornhusks in Tonanitla, State of Mexico. Cornhusk handicrafts are common in central and southern Mexico, where corn is a staple crop.
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Luke Surumete paints a checkerboard pattern at a client’s stall in preparation for the four-day Manicaland Agricultural Show, where farmers and organizations showcase their goods and services, in Mutare, Zimbabwe.
Florence Mwale, left, and Anita Phiri fight in a boxing tournament at the Agriculture and Commercial Show in Lusaka, Zambia.
Ozz Zavala tattoos himself during a stick-and-poke tattoo workshop in Mexico City. The beginners workshop brought together people who want to save money by tattooing at home and provided a space to share their feelings about the art form.
Cami Layé Okún, who is from Cuba, plays records in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, during her fourth tour around Mexico. She began DJing in 2014 by playing Cuban, African and Caribbean music.
Victoria Falls, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe, is one of the world’s seven natural wonders and a popular tourist attraction.