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Archive for February, 2010

Barranco Peru Photo World Tours churchesThe colorful architecture and the lovely people make this a great spot for our tour to grab a bite to eat and start shooting later in the day.

The bohemian heart of the city, Barranco represent both old world charm and an example of a middle class trying to surface. Quaint shops and street performers take up most of the day.Barranco Peru Pisco Sour

Churches are a symbol of the deep seated convictions of the Peruvian people with the ancient traditions of both the native cultures and Catholicism mixed heavily in the mix.

Art plays a vital part of the day to day life of most Peruvians. Many of the homes display beautiful works of art to all to see from their front porches.

Pisco Sours are a drink of the Peruvian locals. This Friday in San Martin we were surrounded by vendors offering this local intoxicating beverage.

Our tour started with our arrival into Lima, Peru. As the itinerary has some flexibility included in our photo tours, the scheduled plan changed due to flooding in the Machu Picchu Cuzco, Peru regions. Our days were adapted to include many more areas than were originally  planned.

Punta Hermosa is a striking beach 25km south of Lima. With its picturesque beaches and mountain views, our group had quite an opportunity to take stunning photos with little or no effort.

As with many of our Photo World Tours, life is good when the scenery is bold.