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Women in Peru , Ollantaytambo. | Photo credit: Hideki Naito

A young woman in Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. (Probably she is from Chahuaytire, above Piscac where women weave beautiful beaded jakimas (narrow woven bands) for their hats). See another girl from Chahuaytire below.

Cusco, Peru............... by Sergio Pessolano, via Flickr

In Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on "Teaching about the Incas, First Meet Some Inca Kids Today."

Traditional peruvian bride during wedding ceremony in Sacred Valley near Cuzco, Peru | © Jacek Kadaj

PeruPeru. ~ I have to wonder IF this is a COMMON scene, in Peru!?! Poor li'l owl(?)... I mean yes, it's -OBVIOUSLY an OWL, but TO ME it IS the ROUGHEST looking OWL that I have EVER seen! Seems TO ME that, IF given a chance, it'd RATHER be SOMEWHERE—maybe ANYWHERE(?), BUT THERE. JUST MY OPINION! Now, I'M kinda torn over the–ummm... little llama-looking (can't remember what they're called?) baby's, OUTFIT/PANTS(?)—whatever they are, THEIR ADORABLE! Of course I wonder, IF IT'S AS HAPPY AS IT IS CUTE, IN THEM(ESPECIALLY WHEN FUR+HIGH TEMPS, are ADDED TO the EQUATION...)? So, 1 last note: the little last is pretty darn adorable herself, & I LOVE her COLORFUL PRINTS(oh, & SOLIDS TOO❗❗❗ I guess I'll JUST imagine that, it's LATE FALL & that, the OWL was RESCUED; & WITHOUT the WOMAN, it WOULD most CERTAINLY have DIED!

This sweet child and her lamb were walking in the market on a cool fall afternoon near Pisac, Peru. Photo by WorldTravelPhotos.

Pure beauty. Notice she doesn't have absurdly high cheek-bones or perfect eyebrows, yet she is gorgeous because she knows true pain.

South America | Portrait of a Quechua woman in traditional clothing carrying her child, Peru

little girl in Peru , Henry Ward Beecher, "Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven."