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Terraced Slope, Rio Marañon, Peru

This terraced landscape image was taken downstream of the Celendin bridge on the Rio Marañon of Peru, approximately kilometer 370. In the course of rafting 400 miles and 30 days, the Rio Marañon passes through biomes ranging from barren desert … Continue reading

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Red Wall Raft – Featured Image

Red Wall Raft – Featured Image on Fine Art America, Images That Excite. (click on image below to enlarge) (click on image below to purchase) The Rio Marañon is the primary source of the Amazon and starts in the Peruvian … Continue reading

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Peru Through It’s Paintings

Peru through it’s paintings. I had the thought of sharing my Peruvian experience through the paintings I encountered during my visit. My apologies if I’ve crossed the copy right line. Since I do not know the creators of the below … Continue reading

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Motorcycles of Peru

 The Motorcycles of Peru are not a pleasure vehicle but an important means of transportation. Well that’s mostly the case. For most of the people in the world a motorcycle is an affordable means of transportation and small displacement engines … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Peru

I just could not resist capturing some of the many Faces of Peru. (click on any image to enlarge and view in gallery) A youngster takes her lunch break while selling corn to the tourist for feeding the pigeons. Huaraz. … Continue reading

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Wasson’s Landslide, Rio Marañon, Peru

The Endangered Rio Marañon Before we get into Wasson’s Landslide, a word about the endangered Rio Marañon. The “Big Money” of South America and parts of the world want to dam this amazing river, arguably the primary source of the … Continue reading

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