Puno, and the jaw-dropping Fiesta de la Candelaria - Page 2

Candelaria pt. 2:

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Comments  

 
0 #1 dad 2010-02-21 03:09
Ty,

That was jaw dropping! Looks like you are having a blast. Are all the GREAT pics and videos being taken on the Canon SD1000? They look fantastic.

Love Dad
 
 
0 #2 patricia o 2010-03-04 15:11
Two years ago I danced as a china with the group from Morenada Galeno. I had arrived only the night before and was most definitely not ready for those shoes - but it was amongst the most amazing experiences I've ever had.

Your pictures are beautiful and the shots are really great at capturing some of the movement and excitement of the feast!

-p
 

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