A Tumpline is a rope that passes over the top of the head and carries a load on the back. I am curious to see the effect of the tumpline on cervical posture and range of motion. This picture is from Mexico, I have seen tumplines used all over the world, especially in mountainous and densely forested areas.

Mexican man carrying blind woman with tumpline - Credit: Jorge Elías

Mapa de México en 1794, en el Gran Salón "Libertador Miguel Hidalgo" 101

Mexico cabrones always has been always will be love it or leave it viva México…

Afro-Mexican | Afro-Mexican in the Mexican Revolution

Afro-Mexicans (mexicanos negros) are Mexicans who are mostly of African ancestry. Afro-Mexicans who used to be found in every part of Mexico.

In the Crosshairs on www.davidlozeau.com

In the Crosshairs

Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, In the Crosshairs, David Lozeau Dia de los Muertos Art - 1

Imagen de la región rural de Xochimilco, en la parte sur de la Ciudad de México. Ca. 1920

Imagen de la región rural de Xochimilco, en la parte sur de la Ciudad de México. Ca. 1920

Commandante Marcos

“Subcomandante Marcos, spokesman of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, smoking a pipe atop a horse in Chiapas”

JOSÉ GUADALUPE POSADA, EN LA PUERTA DE SU TALLER DE GRABADO.  MÉXICO, D.F.   HACIA 1905  ARCHIVO CASASOLA  © 25292  CONACULTA.INAH.SINAFO.FN.MÉXICO

The famous lithograph artist Jose Guadalupe Posada at the entrance of his engraving shop Mexico DF From the Casasola archives.

“El tlachiquero de Apan, Hidalgo.- 1975 “Foto: Enrique Segarra ”

“El tlachiquero de Apan, Hidalgo.- 1975 “Foto: Enrique Segarra ”

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