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Blog Category: Peru

2015 Calendars

2015 Calendars
A bit delayed this year but I just finished my calendars for 2015 with updated images, some old and some new. For this year I created six distinct editions: Colorado, Denver, Boulder, New Mexico, Peru, and Details of Nature. Every photo was...

2012 Calendars

2012 Calendars
Every year I create a number of calendars using my vast archive of photographic work. For the year 2012 I created 5 distinct editions: Colorado, Denver, Boulder, New Mexico, and Peru. Every photo was specifically chosen to contrast and compliment...

Miraflores

Miraflores
We flew into Lima early this afternoon and had a few hours to kill before or midnight flight back to the states. So we secured our bags at the airport and headed to the Miraflores district of Lima. Once there we met up with a couple of Erik’s...

Road to Cuzco

Road to Cuzco
Finally finding our driver from a few days before, we headed back to Cuzco this cloudy morning. I took all these photos from the van and was happy that most of them came out. And in many ways it was nice to just see people going about their...

Train to Ollan

Train to Ollan
Leaving our hostel a little before 5:00am we soon arrived at the station to catch our 5:30 train back to Ollantaytambo. Being tired from the lack of sleep and the day before in Machu, most of us tried to get some sleep on the train. But after the...

Aguas Caliente

Aguas Caliente
Returning from Machu Picchu we headed back to our hostel in Aguas Caliente. Seeing that we arrived in total darkness the night before it was nice to get a glimpse of the town in daylight. The last two pictures were taken in front of the hostel we...

Last of Machu

Last of Machu
Before leaving the park we explored the Temple of the Sun and other adjacent areas. The masonry around the Temple was more or less perfect with clean lines and tight joints. Its amazing to think how much effort went into making this place. Near...

Machu Ruins II

Machu Ruins II
As we explored further up the mountain the classic view of Machu Picchu soon came apparent. As we neared the House of the Guardians we noticed a few Llamas grazing on the adjacent terraces. And as luck would have it I was able to snap a few shots...