National Geographic : 1934 Dec
THE TUTUTEPEC WEATHER MAN IS A HEAVYWEIGHT A granite idol six feet high, with twisted lips and large, almost round eyes, Tialoc, the Rain God, wears ponderous earrings and necklace. The zig zag patterns of the hem of his robe are said to signify lightning, and the curious features just below his hands, falling drops of water (see page 776). rnotograph byJames Sturken HER ARMS AREFULL; SOABASKET ISHER HAT A resourceful Mexicanmatron hasstopped tobuy meat onherway through the market on family business. The children have notbeen for gotten; in one of her basketsare three sticks ofsugar cane. Sheisreceiving her change in coins. Paper money means nothing inremote villages (page 757).