The well-known profile of the Castillo dominates the background of this photograph, while the foreground is occupied by the columns of the vestibule leading up to the Temple of the Warriors. Once roofed over, this vestibule nowadays only displays the square columns that held up its roof. It is interesting to note that these columns are carved on all four sides with figures of feather-bedecked warriors. This feature gives the temple its name. The somewhat rigid style of these bas-relief carvings is cited as yet another piece of evidence pointing to intense contacts with Central Mexico.