Fuji X100 Goes To Peru & Machu Picchu

KillRamsey

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Kyle
I've never been happier for this camera's relatively small, compact form. It was on a backpack chest strap 100% of the time I was hiking and walking around towns, meaning I was able to grab and shoot very easily. Everyone else brought either cheap compacts or a big DSLR and suffered for it one way or another. At any rate, here are some of the jpg's I liked the best.


Hotel view, Cusco
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Dinner after dusk, Cusco. You'd never know it was dark out.
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Temple of the Sun, Cusco
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Local Girl
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Evening Entertainment, Salkantay Pass Trail
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pdh

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fab.
such colour ... light ...

I did the Inca Trail in 1996 and don't have a single photo to show for it any more :frown:

I only vaguely remember Bar Kamikaze in Cusco, thanks to Pisco Sour, but I still have a beautiful Alpaca blanket I bought in San Blas
 
That tears it. Everybody is talking about Peru. There's also a Peru thread on mu-43. I haven't been back there in a couple of years. I have nothing better to do next week. Why not? Any decent flea markets to shop for legacy glass?
 

HeatherTheVet

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Scotland
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Heather
Brilliant travelogue, thanks so much for sharing these pics. I like the idea of attaching the camera to the chest strap of the rucksack - I bet all the DSLR crew were green with envy!
 
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