Another one captured on expired Fuji Across 100 film. I used the 80mm lens on the Hasselblad 500 CM. Developed using Ilford developer, stop bath and fixer. Not too shabby I think. But somebody must have spiked my tea.
Chef Ignacio toured us through the market where he always buy his ingredients and materials for his cooking. Probably the most fascinating part of our tour. There were all kinds of fruits and fish but no beef. Lima is next to the Pacific Ocean so they have an abundance of fish.
Scallops are hermaphrodite, which means they have male and female sex organs, which means they can reproduce without a partner, which means it's weird but that is nature. They must be pretty contended creatures.
Istella was hospitable to us. She offered us with a cup of freshly brewed Chica, a fermented beverage derived from corn. As part of the tradition, the first sip is thrown to the ground for Mother Earth. After tasting the brew, Rose and I thought that Mother Earth can have all of it. Hope your day is going well.
The relics located at Saqsayhuaman outside the city of Cusco, Peru are remains from the Incans. They were used for religious purposes. Once the Spaniards came in the 16th century, the place became a quarry for their infrastructure. The remains are now protected as heritage site. It's a good day to be alive.