Photographer's Note

So... i may have lied. i'm not sure. i can't remember if i took this before or after i got into the truck, but most likely one of the two is correct.

The strong morning light on this door in the Plaza de Armas of Cabanaconde caught my eye, as did the tattered political advertisements. It seems that these campaign posters get plastered over everything in Peru, four and five deep, never really removed with each election season. i've always found it rather interesting within the realm of the city, but somewhat annoying elsewhere. A few days after i took this picture i was in a remote village named Choco, and even a quarter mile upstream along the river that runs through Choco banners were stuck to rocks--i found that a little bit redundant, but generally actually kind of enjoy them.

As an interesting side note, i believe that the building on the left is the same building seen in my last picture with the man and his shadow.

More people, these for sure taken from the back of the truck, shall follow tomorrow.

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Additional Photos by Sam Beer (SamB) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 429 W: 58 N: 416] (1948)
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