"Gossamer wings skim Lake Pátzcuaro as Tarascan Indians set out with butterfly nets. They will form a circle and dip in unison to catch tiny white charales. But the fish are declining, and Janitzio islanders are worried. 'All we have is water,' says a local. 'If we can't fish, we can't eat.'"
From "Eternal Mexico: Heartland and the Pacific," August 1996, National Geographic magazine