Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
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.
The summit of Mt. Elbert is only a few hundred feet farther. This is the second highest peak in the US outside of Alaska. Climbing […]
Double Arch is huge. That’s Jason standing below the first arch.
The sun goes down as Jason and I hike out of Canyonlands using jeep trails. A sudden and unexpected snowstorm prevented us from using our […]
When we crawled in the tent around midnight there was no sign of snow but we woke up to several inches of it. This is […]