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In May 1954, the photographer Eugene V. Harris met Werner Bischof in Machu Picchu. He wrote of this time: ‘On the last night of my brief friendship with Werner we sat before a fireplace, high in the Andes mountains of Peru, talking photography most of the night. I shall always remember his advice to me: “to take pictures with your heart.” This was the last picture taken before Bischof’s tragic death in the Peruvian Andes. Sent from Instagram @magnumphotos.

May On the road to Cuzco, near Pisac, in the Valle Sagrado of the Urubamba river.

David VanBuskirk, photographer. Acha Alta, Peru where Inca weavers create  complex patterns that celebrate the land: lakes of sacred water, a variety of plants and planted areas. Peruvian weavings are an inspiration for the book "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life" by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. For more about Inca weaving also see incas.org

Acha Alta, Peru where Inca weavers create complex patterns that celebrate the land: lakes of sacred water, a variety of plants and planted areas Peruvian weavings

A local Peruvian woman walks down a road in the Ollantaytambo Village. Photo provided by OAT traveler Ilene Perlman. For more information on visiting Peru, please visit http://www.oattravel.com/Trips/2013/Machu-Picchu-and-the-Galapagos-2013.aspx #peru

A local Peruvian woman walks down a road in the Ollantaytambo Village. Photo provided by OAT traveler Ilene Perlman.

Four Andean mountain children dress in traditional red ponchos in the Cordillera Urubamba, Andes highlands, Peru, South America. The moderately strenuous trek from Lares to Patacancha (near Ollantaytambo) traverses rugged, little-visited country in the Cordillera Urubamba across passes at 13,800 and 14,200 feet elevation. A five hour bus ride from Cuzco reaches Lares, where you can soak in developed hot spring pools. Llamas and horses carried our loads for two nights of camping at 12,500…

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Machu Picchu-Death Steps through the eyes of barnowl

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Machu Picchu-Death Steps through the eyes of barnowl (Step Stairs Walks)

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Looming over the Alpacas grazing below are the beautiful snowcapped peaks of the Andes Mountains in Peru!

The sleepy colonial town of Pisac (Cusco) turns into a shopper's wonderland come Sunday as locals set up stalls from wall to wall of the main square. This outdoor artisan market features anything from handmade jewelry and musical instruments to alpaca sweaters and fresh produce.

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The sleepy colonial town of Pisac (Cusco) turns into a shopper's wonderland come Sunday as locals set up stalls from wall to wall of the main square. This outdoor artisan market features anything from handmade jewelry and musical instruments to alpaca sweaters and fresh produce.

life in the streets of Cusco, Peru  10 things I have learned from travelling #travel #lessonslearned #travelphotography

life in the streets of Cusco, Peru 10 things I have learned from travelling CALLE CUSQUEÑA.

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