Wittos (Blue) Little Indian Sand Boy
by David Hernández-Palmar
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On the shores of the beaches of Jepira, the valley of the spirits of the deceased wayuu indigenous peoples (Venezuela and Colombia), a boy says, “Hello, my name is Alirio, How are you? Are you hungry? My mother is preparing lobster. In this territory is the world´s largest open pit coal mine. This photo was taken in 2010 in Cabo de la Vela. La Guajira. Colombia