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caraz / perú


Some impression from the market place in caraz and surroundings

pato canyon / perú

chan chan / perú

at the bottom: squirrels / above: water / at the top: sky fishing nets our guide victor with his monthly publication

… is the world’s largest city built with clay! Great how our guide victor, a studied archaeologist, explained the symbolism of the reliefs used at that time. the ancient egyptians could not solve the problem of a three-dimensional painting on a surface and it was not until 1410 that flippo brunelleschi created the first perspective picture panels of modern times, according to many art historians.

The chimú culture (1250 to 1470) solved the problem in its own interesting way. Everything that is close to the viewer is shown below, consequently everything that is further away is shown above and the distance is at the top. So, in the ornaments on the left and right next to the door (in the first picture) the squirrels come at the bottom, above them in horizontal lines the water and right, the smooth surface above: the sky.

Victor said, the national geographic magazine brings in its february issue 2019 a big report about chan chan with sensational, new discoveries…

revash / perú


Aerial photos of another burial site of the chachapoyas.

chaparrí / andean bear / perú


Chaparrí is considered the first state-approved private nature reserve (ACP) in Peru. It is an example of how the local rural population can make the best use of natural resources. The nature reserve is located in the Chongoyape district, 60 km east of the provincial capital Chiclayo in the Lambayeque region.

Juan, our guide showed us a photo trap donated by the frankfurt zoological society. But this one had been shredded by a photo-shy spectacled bear.

paradise without litter service / perú


on the one hand super beautiful, on the other hand super littered. at least the coastal region of perú.