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Hola! Welcome to Machu Picchu! - June 2012 Peru Photo Contest

by Jana Kriz
(Ottawa, Canada)

Hola! Welcome to Machu Picchu! - June 2012 Peru Photo Contest

Hola! Welcome to Machu Picchu! - June 2012 Peru Photo Contest

Hola! Welcome to Machu Picchu!

This photo was taken on June 5, 2012, 10:18am, a sunny day.

Llamas make their way in the lost city of the Incas amongst the tourists, using the terasses of green grass and stairways to move from pastures to their own shelter.

Of course they provide fleeting photo opportunities and I spent some time looking for a good photo.

What tips or suggestions do you have for other photographers?
Hang around the llamas until they say hola!

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Details: This special photo is in the June Inside-Peru Photo Contest.

It is also entered in the 2012 Photo of the Year - Inside-Peru Photo Contest.

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Enjoy some more pages about Machu Picchu, home of the Inka:

Machu Picchu Peru photo contest
Machu Picchu - The Landscape and Natural Attractions
...Peru's biggest tourist attraction, is its unusual setting: a spectacular natural environment of verdant ridges and valleys covered with mountain forests.

Peru Machu Picchu Hotels
There is only one hotel at the Machu Picchu site due to restrictions on ... This is the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge located inside the designated Machu Picchu ...

And the Machu Picchu of Northern Peru:

Kuelap photo contest Kuelap Archeological Site
Called "The Fortress" and built on top of a high mountain, this is the most important archaeological site in Northern Peru. Touted by some as the "Machu Picchu of the North," this site is very, very impressive.

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