Eucalyptus was brought from Australia to Ecuador and has spread into Peru. It is useful for roof beams and firewood, but there is also concern that it is taking the place of native species.
If you zoom in, you can see that people of Peru farm fields high up on the mountainside today as they did in Inca times. (These fields are more accessible than many!)
I like to watch your Peru pictures Marilyn. How nice of you to write those little explanations. I realy can learn something from it. Thank you for sharing.
Maybe i have said it before Marilyn but you really have an eye for beauty,and you no how to let people take a closer look at your pictures,by writing these nice story's, i fully agree with Wim ,and again thanks for sharing !!Y* of course!
best regards !
Marilyn, this is really a beauty !!! i give it a golden star and "best of" ! A agree with Wim and Tjeert (we are from the low land)... (Netherland and Belgium...). We love allways mountains and shots like yours.
My best regards, Jacques
Thanks for your kind words, Wim, Tjeert, and Jacques, and especially, Jacques, for the honours.
I noticed this view as we were walking to breakfast. Then the clouds became solid. As all three of you know, ¨Take the picture when you have the chance¨!! I´m glad I took the time to take this when I had the opportunity, and I´m happy that you like it, too.
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Photo taken in Urubamba Province, Peru
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