Sheperdess and her flock, Peru

A local lady tends to her flock through the valleys of the Cordillera Negra in Central Peru.



Ollantaytambo, Peru

The Inca settlement of Ollantaymbo was a focal point of Inca resistance during the Spanish conquest of Peru.

The adjacent town of the same name is one of the most intact Inca towns still in existence, with houses, streets and drainage systems almost entirely unchanged from the time of the Incas, some five hundred years ago.


The terraces were used for agriculture.


Trademark Incan masonry with irregular shapes and very tight fits between individual stones.