Holy Week is an experience in the small towns dotted throughout the state of Chihuahua. A curious blend of native traditions and codified Catholicism are at play. Surrounding the chapel at Guadalupe Coronado, a procession of worshipers carry candles and walk in an organized line through the church, out the back, and around to the front again.
They do this for a complete twenty-four-hour cycle, without sleep, or food, or water.
This photograph was taken around two o’clock in the morning.