Children of Peru

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Children of Peru

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Jim and I were on a bus tour to Ollantaytambo and Pisco when the bus stopped at the top of a mountain and out rushed the children. Tourists love a colorfully dressed local, and the shutters were clicking…mine right along with them. Although, I only took this one shot.

Peru is one of the most photogenic countries I’ve visited. The faces of the people are so ancient. They definitely evoke a different time, a different world. A time of kings, warriors, sacirifices. A time that we can now only fantasize about.

Having their photo taken to make a few soles, these children are part of our modern world. Should they be?

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Corinne Vail is a world traveler, writer, photographer, speaker, and teacher. Looking for the quirky and unusual as well as the best food around the world, she has traveled all her life. She’s lived in Turkey, England, Germany, Japan, South Korea, and the Netherlands and visited over 90 countries with her family. Learn more about Corinne and Reflections Enroute on the About page.

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