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Another View from Pisac

By handlerstudio  
This is another view from 12,000 feet, from Pisac looking down at the valley. We (all 11 of us) traveled up by bus to the top of the mountain where the Inca administrative center was.

I am in the middle to doing the Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show (what I do for a living), not much time till maybe Monday to look at others' photos. Thanks for all the comments and votes.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Hermanus, jovanovic, widtink and 21 more

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Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
7 Apr 2013 6:05AM
What a view and an excellent image Peter !! I would hate going up by bus Smile have a great day !

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Woow !..where this location .?
widtink 5 406 2 Scotland
7 Apr 2013 8:00AM
Amazing place Peter Grin

taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
7 Apr 2013 1:11PM
That's quite a view----- with interesting ruins in the fg!

I hope you show is going well.
ColleenA Plus
5 367 6 Australia
7 Apr 2013 5:22PM
Another interesting image.......... enjoy your furniture show
This indeed is a wonderful capture I like the tonal range very much.
Well done. WesternRed.
Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
13 Apr 2013 11:06PM
So different from our ruins!
kel55 6 8 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2013 10:25PM
This is an amazing scene , captured well, but the day job , I,m a motor mechanic , and I too I,m wasting my existence , have you seen a film call papillon ( think its French for butterfly ). Steve McQueen and dustin hothman star ( sorry for the spelling ) any way a dream scene in flick is we're main character ( Steve ) is sentenced in a dream scene by the judge , who accuses him of a wasted existence , he pleads guilty and wakes up . I wish I could wake up . Sorry for getting too deep , but some times the small talk is just too much , regards Kel

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