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    Posted: 28 November 2009 at 16:57
Here are several shots from our one month trip to Peru. The rest are on my website www.lifephoto.info

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1 Chauchilla cemetery


2 Arequipa - Santa Catalina monastery


3


4 El Misti and cow


5 On the way to Colca Canyon


6 On the way to Colca Canyon


7 Colca Canyon


8 On the way to Puno


9 Ollaytantambo


10 Machu Picchu


11 Moray


12 Near Moray and Maras


13 Near Moray and Maras


14 Salineras de Maras


15 On the train ride to Huancayo


16 On the train ride to Huancayo


17 On the train ride to Huancayo


18 On the train ride to Huancayo


19 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


20 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


21 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


22 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


23 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


24 Reserva Nacional de Paracas


25 Islas Ballestas


26 Islas Ballestas


27 Lake Titicaca - Islas Flotantes


28 Tipon


Edited by Aldaer - 30 November 2009 at 12:27
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Very nice series. It must have been a nice trip!

I especially like #4. Your version of the Machu Picchu is also stunning.
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Awesome series!
Another vote for #4, although I like all the stunnig views!

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Great series! My brother has been bugging us to go to Peru, he lived there for a year. Maybe one of these years.

What was your secret for the Machu Picchu without tourists?


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C & C always welcome,
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Fantastic shots and wonderful views. #4 is awsome and the Machu
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5, 15, and 16 are my favs.

5 in particular seems like a painting.....maybe HDR if possible ?.
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Beautiful country, beautiful photos. Must have been very nice trip. Thanks for sharing
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Post Options Post Options   Quote revdocjim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2009 at 01:50
Very nice series. Looks like a wonderful place to visit.
I think 3-6 all need more DOF. Exif shows f/6.3 for 3 and 4 and f/5 for 5 and 6. If you had shot them at f/10 like you did with #10 the backgrounds would have been much sharper.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote goodwrench Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2009 at 06:24
Well done! Very very cool. Love the Machu Picchu pics. Did you have any trouble bringing lenses ect? I have heard there are restrictions in place for lens length and no tripods either.

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to all: thank you for your positive evaluation.

I have used sigma 10-20 (old version) and tamron 17-50/2,8. For some animals I borrowed sony 75-300.

5 - is like a painting, but no HDR, just playing in Photoshop.

to Wayne09: we were lucky and out of turist season so not so crowdy at Machu Picchu

to goodwrench: no problem with any lenses on Machu Picchu and I had not tripod.
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to revdocjim: I know about DOF but photo 3 was taken in haste from my hip, and 5 a 6 were taken during ride in a bus, so no time to think :)+
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Great and interesting Series, a joy to look at
Must have been a wonderful trip
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to Dopol

It truly was
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Originally posted by Aldaer Aldaer wrote:

to revdocjim: I know about DOF but photo 3 was taken in haste from my hip, and 5 a 6 were taken during ride in a bus, so no time to think :)+


Ahh... that is so often the case when traveling.
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