The ball court at Chichén Itzá is enclosed by a number of buildings, including this one to the north, also known as the Temple of the Bearded Man. It comprises a single vaulted room with a generous access portico and two columns, not open to the public. While I have tried my best to examine the photograph, I have been unable to detect the detail of reliefs framed in red - four scenes involving more than forty people dressed in rich attire. The building stands on a low base in three sections, with a staircase that faces the south.
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mirosu (12256) 2013-12-07 5:20
Excellent temple close-up photo with very well balanced colors, perfect light, very good clarity. The people add nice life to the scene and the well-chosen tight crop eliminates all unwanted distractions.
Very well done.
Wish you a peaceful Advent time.