One of the two main churches in the San Blas square of old town Cusco. Every morning I would walk to the square for some coca leaf tea to fight off the effects of altitude sickness. Cusco sits about 11,000 feet above sea level. It takes about three good days of taking it easy to adjust properly.
Very beautiful and i love the details on that church!Great job!
What a wonderfully dense photo - so much to look at. Beautiful. I love the basic Monochromatic look.
Thank you so much! It was during the rainy season so as can be expected of the clouds. So I really wanted them to be a dreary backdrop to the old Spanish architecture.
This is really cool
Is a really nice picture , congrats .Viva el Peru carajo!
The first time I saw the picture, I didn't noticed the words on the background : Viva El Peru Really a great shot !
awesome pic!! Cusco is one of the most beautiful places i visited... good job marvellous
lovely! I like the subtle interaction between the background and the cathedral.
Im from Peru, this is absolutly gorgeous! you capture Peru's beauty for sure! <3
Thank you so much. I hope to get back there real soon. I have certainly not seen enough of you magnificent country.
well i do hope you go back soon! peru would be happy to have yoU~
All the coast have very nice places to take shots, you can try Lima too, last week we went from corner to corner in the coast of Lima, the sunset shots that can be made there have a lot of potential. PM me if you come to lima sometime, i could give you some advices about places and other stuff.
Crazy awesome picture man. If a photo can capture the essence of a place, you do Peru justice.
Nice one !
Nice shot, and this comes from a peruvian
This is SO awesome!!!
Very old and beautiful
yesssss is magic peru
Beautiful capture of the earthly colors.
Its a HDR shot..?
Its a HDR shot..?
Stunning, one of the best I've seen so far here on deviantART!
very nice.. compliments
This is lovely! You might be interested in joining #Amazing-Arches, I've submitted your photo for inclusion in their gallery.
Wow, incredible shot!