Peruvian Burro Curls

Peruvian Burro Curls Image of the Week

This image was taken as we packed our Peruvian burro for our hike in the Andes with the final destination being Lagoona 69. Laguna 69 is one of the most popular short treks in Peru’s Huascarán National Park. Burros were introduced into the Llama’s domain from Spain in the early 1500’s. Originally the burro was described as small, emaciated and worn out by the demands that the Andes put upon it. Yet it survived. Today the burro can be seen doing it’s work, carrying articles of trade, handicrafts and passengers, and pulling crude plows in the high-terraced fields on Peru.

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About Britt Runyon

A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.
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