Still in Machupicchu, Peru. Usually tourists would visit Machupicchu via Lima through Cusco and then through Sacred Valley. Lima is by the Pacific Ocean and has very mild temperature - mostly in the low 70s Fahrenheit during Springtime and it never rains during the entire year. Cusco is about 12,000 feet in elavation, and it rains almost every day. The temperature could go down to the 40s F. Sacred Valley is a bit warmer but not a whole lot. Machupicchu can be reached either by hiking from Sacred Valley or by train. The average temperature during daytime is in the high 60s. This lady tourist definitely came well prepared.
In every places I travelled to, almost everyone would take pictures with their smart phones. Whether selfies, or just to document where they have been. Twenty years ago, this phenomenon would have been unheard of. This is the world we now live in. I admit I am guilty of using my smart phone to document my travels. In this image, I used my trusty rangefinder instead. I was going for that soft film look - specifically the beloved Fuji Astia 100F.
Hope your day is going well.