For travelers the world over, the timeless landscapes and ancient peoples of Mexico have long inspired an enduring fascination. Yet no single book has fully captured the monumental scale of Mexico's cultural, historical, and architectural splendors-until now. In 'Eternal Mexico', photographer Robert Frerck logged over 100,000 miles to create the images that showcase the artistic legacy, colorful pageantry, and natural beauty of this enchanting country. One hundred thirty dramatic, full color photographs, many taken with a special panoramic camera, vividly reflect Mexico's breathtaking diversity; from its rural cultures and festivals to its ancient ruins, from the stark beauty of the Sonoran desert in the north to the teeming jungles of Chiapas in the south. Together with Frerck's insightful essays, the compelling images in this lavish volume will linger in the mind of anyone intrigued by the magic and mystery of Mexico.