Machu Picchu: Top 14 Photos

Our view of Machu Picchu started a little foggy..

Our view of Machu Picchu starts a little foggy thanks to the cloud forest.

Absolutely elated that the sky is beginning to clear!

Absolutely elated that the sky is beginning to clear!

Llamas enjoying the spotlight

Llamas enjoying the spotlight!

You can see the incredible resemblance between the Sacred Rock and Cerro Pumasillo

Check out the incredible resemblance between the Inca’s Sacred Rock and Cerro Pumasillo.

Brian admiring Huayna PIcchu which stands at almost 9,000 feet high.

Brian admiring Huayna Picchu (Machu Picchu’s next door neighbor) which stands at almost 9,000 feet high.

The Temple of the Three Windows

The Temple of Three Windows.

Machu Picchu in all it's glory!

Machu Picchu in all it’s glory!

Green space dividing the temples and sacred sector from the agricultural sector.

Green space dividing the sacred area from the agricultural area.

Not sure what our camera was doing here or exactly how this happened. It's unique though!

Not sure what our camera was doing here or exactly how this happened – it’s definitely different.

Another rock resembling  the surrounding mountain peaks. The Incas were certainly detail oriented.

Another rock resembling the surrounding mountain peaks. You could certainly say that the Incas were “detail oriented.”

The llamas love photo bombing pictures.

The llamas love photo bombing.

When at Machu Picchu, stick your tongue out? Not exactly the best look..

I obviously didn’t hear Brian’s cue of “1,2,3..Cheese!”

The guardhouse (up ahead) is the perfect place to take pictures.

The guardhouse (up ahead) is the perfect place to take pictures of Machu Picchu with Huayna Picchu in the background.

After a foggy and rainy start to our day, it was a Machu Picchu miracle that the sun came out!

After a foggy and rainy start to our day, it was a Machu Picchu miracle that the sun finally came out!

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2 thoughts on “Machu Picchu: Top 14 Photos

  1. Beautiful photos! Brings back memories of our visit – I hope you had a good guide. Ours provided wonderful stories of the amazing spirituality of the Incan culture.

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