Achachila Mayor: el Illimani

Achachila: To locals, the high mountain peaks are more than just breathtaking natural phenomena. Known as achachilas in Aymara and apus in Quechua, they’re also considered living beings inhabited by powerful spirits. As controllers of weather and the source of vital irrigation water, these mountain gods must be appeased with constant offerings and worship, since if angered they’re liable to send hailstorms, frost or drought to destroy crops.

Uyuni: a monochrome essay

El Salar de Uyuni: salt flats, lakes, lava formations and volcanoes.
Uyuni is a region in the south west of Bolivia, bordering Chile, average altitude is 4640 metres over sea level.
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Lagunas part 2

Some high altitude lakes, surrounded by salt deserts and extinct volcanoes…

The self: portraits

I have started a new collection of images: portraits; starting with the self.

Please follow this link to view the other: Portraits (https://molinabarrios.com/photos/portraits/)

The Square

A new image added to my ongoing “Imaginations” projects.

Please follow this link to view the others in this collection: Imaginations IV

The Square

Exhibiting at The Parallax Art Fair

Friends, I invite you to visit our stand at the Parallax Art Fair this 4th and 5th of February.

Albumen Fine Art Photography has selected 5 of my Still Life images, with the works of 4 other photographers.

These are mine:

The Tarnished Mirror

Another image added to my Imaginations IV collection


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