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PeruPeru. ~ Okay, I must ask -Is this a normal sight in Peru!?! Poor... ummm... Owl(?)! The POOR THING looks seriously haggard & like it's completely OUT of it's 'COMFORT ZONE'! I'm torn about the... uhhhh... shirt(?) [or are they pants?], on the... hmmm... Llama(?)! It LOOKS ADORABLE, BUT is it HAPPY in them?!!!!! It really strikes me as a VERY STRANGE SCENE, but hey... maybe it's kind of a thing (or their thing?), in this part of Peru... ??? LOL!!!

  • Erica Jean

    This is pretty normal dress for the people of Peru. In the mountains anyway. It's very traditional

  • Yocelin Cepeda

    I got a headache from reading the first the sentence.

  • Rebecca

    I think she is going to a festival or so, normally the people don´t go around like this in Peru...

  • Rebecca

    ah and it´s not an owl, the peruvians are afraid of owls, it is a peruvian hawk, used for hunting.

  • Cecilia Corson

    If you can't even identify what type of fowl that is, how can you even judge if it's 'out of its comfort zone'? He just looks like he's lived a long life. :)

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I've been to this ruin! so cool, every terrace gets 5 degrees colder. peru

Young girl in traditional dress and baby sister, Pisac Sunday market, Peru-The bread from Pisac is the best ever! I love that town.

Peru - How do they keep their brights so bright???

The larger beasts were used as transportation cargo on steep trails along the Andes

Swoon! Love this shot. Check out my fancy spirit animal :) Peru

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” ― Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul

Have u been to PERU? Cuzco - Yes- Need a good heart and lungs.... Elevation 12,500

Girl in Peru collecting firewood for her adobe home

Bucket list: Macchu Picchu

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

South America | Portrait of a Aymara mother wearing traditional clothes and carrying her child, Yauli, Peru | © Hideki Naito #babywearing