The windmill at Walmer

The view from the caravan’s bedroom window

The Mausoleum

Added to my on going Imaginations VII project

To Serranía de Murillo

This collection of 11 images are the result of two walks high up in the Bolivian Andes.I arrived on a Wednesday to one of the highest airports in the world at 4061.5 meters over sea level. The air is very thin at that altitude.Three days later on Sunday, two friends invited me to walk to view the great mountain range Serranías de Murillo, you can…

Somewhere in the Andes: Serranias de Murillo

This is one of the landscapes of the upcoming collection on another section of The Andes: Serranias de Murillo

To Cairoma along cordillera tres cruces, La Paz

Not long ago when returning to the country of my birth I decided to visit the lands where my grandparents’ properties were located: Cairoma and Araca, south of the city of La Paz (-67.538221 -16.902729 approximately from Google Maps).The stories I heard as a child of long journeys my mother, her brothers and sisters undertook as small children, travelling on baskets either side of mules through…

Somewhere in the Andes

One of the snow peaks of Cordillera Quimsa Cruz. To perceive the magnitude of this panorama it is worth pointing out the herd of llamas and alpacas (minuscule dots) to the left of the laguna. (Possibly 16°58’23.8″S 67°30’32.6″W)

triptych

This image was added to Imaginations VI