Photo Essays

  • Year in Review -2014 – And oh what a year…..[PHOTO ESSAY]

    Highlights & lowlights of 2014 – Year in review As this year winds down, I stand in reflection, with much…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Despacho Ceremony [PHOTO ESSAY]

    For you, Pachamama! A “Despacho” is a ceremony honoring Pachamama (mother earth), the sacred Apus (mountains) and the spirit in…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Oldest Archeological Site In The Americas- Caral [PHOTO ESSAY]

    This is a photoessay of our trip through the Oldest Archeological site in the Americas, Caral. For more about the…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Street Art in Lima – Part 3

    Graffiti + Street Art = Culture Words and symbols are all around us. Sometimes they are part the environment but…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Colors of Inti Raymi [PHOTO ESSAY]

    Inti Raymi, The Peruvian Festival Of The Sun If you happen to be in Cusco and you happen upon Inti Raymi,…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Holy Water, Corn Beer, or Blood? The Mystery that Surrounds the Qenqo Temple

    Qenqo If you are planning on visiting the historical sites around the Cusco Region in Peru, one thing is for…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • New York – A Day in Pictures [PHOTO ESSAY]

    Unfortunately our time in New York was so brief.  During our 38 hours there, I remained in bed fighting the…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Mystery of Sayhuite

    Another of Peru’s greatest anomalies: The mysterious site of Sayhuite, is one of Peru’s greatest anomalies, baffling archeologists as to its…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • New England – Lowell [PHOTO ESSAY] Pt 2

    Explorations through the lens of my camera As always, one of my  greatest joys when I travel is walking around, getting lost,…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • New England – Lowell [PHOTO ESSAY] Pt 1

    Explorations through the lens of my camera As always, one of my  greatest joys when I travel is walking around, getting lost,…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Qorikancha – Stone work made with a bronze chisel? [PHOTO ESSAY] Part 2

    According to Wikipedia: The Coricancha or Qorikancha (from the Quechua words Quri Kancha meaning “Golden Temple”), originally named Inti Kancha…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • Qorikancha – Stone work made with a bronze chisel? [PHOTO ESSAY] Part 1

    According to Wikipedia: The Coricancha or Qorikancha (from the Quechua words Quri Kancha meaning “Golden Temple”), originally named Inti Kancha…

    by Lainie Liberti
  • The Pisac Botanical Gardens [PHOTO ESSAY]

    Enjoying the Beautiful Gardens of Pisac This is our second photo essay of a botanical gardens, and I find the subject matter…

    by Lainie Liberti