The Incredible Imbabura Volcan and its Characteristic Heart Shape
Every Sunday, Quechuan men, women, and children march in a parade.
A Quechuan woman and her son harvesting corn.
The Frigid Lake San Pablo
Petting a Black Sheep
Sheep, Goats, and Cattle Freely Wander the Streets
Ecuadorian Black Bull
A towering eucalyptus forest.
Working the fields, in the shadow of Imbabura.
“You are looking at the worksite where, in 1613, hundreds of indigenous men, women, and children, worked as slaves.”
La Cascada de Peguche, which the Quechua believed had mystical powers.
Otavalo is a great place for spotting rare and exotic flowers.
“A captured thief will be punished by the community organized together.”
The mora plant: the mora is a cousin of the raspberry and blackberry.
“Would anyone like to enjoy some cow intestines or hearts?”