Museo De Las Americas

The third photograph indicates the initial stages of a sisal plant, the second shows the sisal plant while at the farm while the first photo represents a period at which the sisal is harvested ready for use. The stages represented the economic activity in the period of photography. It represents the livelihood of the people at a specific period. The background of the first photo shows a cloudy sky representing perfect weather for farming.
The first photo also represents the culture and dressing of the region at the given time. It shows that they were weavers as represented by the sisal cap worn by the man in the picture. It also represents the man as a farmer. The existence of the two economic activities indicates the presence of trade and interactions between people in the given period and rime. The budding stage of sisal represents the initial cultural practices with the second photograph indicating the changes within these cultures.