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Inca's Sacred Valley

Posted on Feb 4, 2003  |   2597 views  

How "Mother" nature works to enjoy ourselves. I took this shot while I took a trip to Urubamba - Cusco. I used a Canon 505 camera. Originally 10 X 15 jumbo photograph size. Inca's adored "Mamapacha" (Mother Earth) as a gift of "Wiracocha" (His supreme God). "Inca's Sacred Valley" represents the main valley where Incas developed a great agriculture system. More of their products are incredible in taste and size. (A great diversity of potatos and corns growth in this landscape). Living and learning with nature is the main key that Inca's left to their descendants like one of their big treasures.


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