Semuc Champey, which means “sacred water” in the Maya language has always been renowned for its swimming spots, along with its 300-meter limestone formation under which the Cahabón River flows in Guatemala
Semuc Champey was created by artist Christopher William Adach in 2014. This art piece , which is part of the Landscape portfolio, is a Photography, Printmaking artwork. The style of this artwork is best described as Existentialism, Expressionism, Modernism, Realism, Romanticism. The genre portrayed in this piece of art is Botanical, Composition, Documentary, Environmental art, Land Art, Landscape, Nature, Seascape. The artwork was created in Photography: Photographic Print, Photography: Premium Print, Photography: Stretched Canvas Print. The size of the original art is 14 (inches) H x 21 (inches) W.
Words which artist Christopher William Adach feels best describe this work of art are: landscape, water, waterfall, cascade, fall, forest, jungle, wonder, rocks, trees, river, .
I am polish photographer living in Mexico since 2014. My favourite photographic subjects are people, landscape and street photography. Living in Latin America gives me huge opportunity to live amongst indigenous people and study their culture. Diversity of this part of the world gives me unlimited inspiration with natural world. My work was presented in many exhibitions in Mexico. I do collaborate with local art galleries and online services devoted to travel.