Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
The standard view of Machu Picchu, for good reason.
Edited one year after taking the photo.
Even with mild autumn temperatures at the lower elevations, this view of the San Juan Mountains from Highway 62 west of Ridgway is a reminder […]
A 17,713 ft, glacier-capped mountain (5399 meters) in the Peruvian Andes.
This is the gate to the schoolyard in Cuncani where we camped. Our guide pointed out several times that the school was constructed by an […]
There’s nothing quite as exciting as a 45 minute hailstorm at 15,000 feet.
Another photo of Nevado Sirihuani.
A photograph of houses in Cuncani, Peru in the early morning.
We crossed this pass at 13,800 feet during our first day hiking in the Andes.
A mountain house outside of Quishuarani, a small village in the sacred valley region of Peru. This house is located at 12,800 feet (3900 meters) […]
The extremely small village of Cuncani is in the valley on the right side of this photo. This wonderful view greeted us while descending to […]
The view of Cusco’s main square, the Plaza de Armas, from Piccola Locanda’s rooftop patio. Piccola Locanda is an affordable hotel that’s clean and has […]
The Uros people use the totora reed to build their islands, houses, and their boats. It also forms a significant portion of their diet, along […]
This steamship was built in London in 1861 and shipped in 2,766 pieces to Peru. It took six years for mules to carry the ship […]
A gorgeous view of Lake Titicaca and Puno from our hotel window.