slope in Peru the morning of July 24, 1911. Hiram Bingham III
and his companions had met two farmers that assured them that
the ruins they had heard of did in fact exist, and they were close
at hand. When Bingham finally reached the site, he gaped in
astonishment at the scene before him. Rising out of the thick
tangle of undergrowth was a maze of terraces and walls, an
Inca ghost town hidden for nearly 400 years."
A little less than a year from now, I will be making my own
discovery of the fabled Inca village, that was discovered
almost 100 years ago! I am excited about the
possibilities for some great photos, and lots of inspiration for
The photos and the text are from an article in a National
Geographic magazine that a friend brought to me this week.
He is originally from Costa Rica, and he is excited that a
group of us are making the trip. There is still plenty of
room, and if you are interested, please get in touch with me.
More incentive: the price will stay the same only through
May. Increases may be on the way!
Peru Trip: April 19, 2012 Non-painters welcome..
Leaving from New Orleans. 11 days