Imata’s Rock Wall


I am using (again) WordPress. I think it could be a better experience since I have more to show. I write some articles, I have certain architectural ideas and projects, and the photography is a new hobby that possibly could show more of the hidden places with some soul in them.

Nop, English is not my native language  and yep, grammar nazis are welcome ;-)

Well, this place is halfway between the regions of Puno and Arequipa in Perú. This is not a touristic place, but I’ve always been attracted to certain rocks. I suppose that is from our native culture that saw the nature as something not like a god and more like a venerable ancestor. Pukará in quechua means “fortress”, I don’t know if that place has a name; pukará is the word I thought in that moment and nothing more.