This image was also taken in April 2008 at Sataigo de Queretaro Mexico, it depicts Conín (also known by his Christian name Fernando de Tapia) was a native Mexican of the Otomi people, who helped the Spaniards conquer territories in the central part of Mexico during the 16th century.
As one can see the sky background was overexposed, hence the red highlight clipping showing. Naturally the first course of action was to recover the highlight detail. I reduced the overall exposure, reduce the contrast slightly and use the highlight recovery tool to bring back the sky. The result is shown in the second image, much better but slightly washed out background detail, but the Conin sculpture details are good and nicely seperated from the background. Because the picture turned out to be high contrast, I decided to convert it to a monochrome frame. I opened it with NIK Analog Efex Pro and browsed through some presets until I was happy with the overall feel. It ended up being one of the wet-plate presets, which I then finetuned changing the texture, focus method and light leak pattern, creating a nice high contrast image with great sky pattern and texture detail.