Dzibilchaltún was one of the longest-lived Maya sites, home to a substantial population for well over 2,000 years. Now an easy drive from Mérida, it offers great sites, an amazing museum, and a cenote you can take a dip in after your exploration is done.
A Photographer’s Guide to Dzibilchaltún is a comprehensive guide to the ruins, with an eye toward making the photographs you take there the very best they can be.
This eBook will give you:
- A road map and directions to help you get to the ruins
- A map of the structures in the ruins
- Photographic equipment suggestions — what I’d suggest that you take, what you can safely leave at home
- A description of any photography restrictions at the site
- Comprehensive descriptions (with images) of the viewable structures at the site, to help you plan your time there
- Descriptions of on-site facilities (restrooms, water, etc.)
- Enough historical background to help you make sense of what you see
- Tips to help you make the best photos you can at the site
- Exclusive buyer-only access to online supplemental content — links to additional material online, images you can download for computer or iPad wallpaper, and an editable â€œshot listâ€ with maps and structure images (print it out and carry it along on your visit)
This eBook will cost $3.99 and is coming soon for Kindle, Apple devices, Nook, and via Smashwords for all other devices.