“Much of the farming done at Machu Picchu was done on the hundreds of man-made terraces there. These terraces were a work of considerable engineering, built to ensure good drainage and soil fertility while also protecting the mountain itself from erosion and landslides. However, the terraces were not perfect, as studies of the land show that there were landslides that happened during the construction of Machu Picchu. It can still be seen where the terraces were shifted by landslides and then stabilized by the Inca as they continued to build around the area”
Since it’s International Mountain Day, here’s a few of my favorites. The Cordillera Blanca in Peru. The end shot is Pucaraju Pass. A stunning trek.
Towering monoliths and sandstone canyons
Keep exploring and finding nature's infinity.
Tag a bear 🐻lover and read Edwards’s lesson about running (or not) away from bears !
We had a conversation with him whereas I asked him what was his riskiest moment with bears? He was crouching on an open field with his camera and stalking a little bear family to take some banger. Nobody’s around just Edward and the bears. Edward’s car dew meter away on the road. This adorable family was literally passed him by. He froze for a second and stood up. They got on two their two paws as well. Fam was watching Him and he was watching them.
This is the moment when you are totally frozen. Now what?
Well... he is an expert and did his best. Which is nothing! Do not run away from bear! Never!
All credit to our storyteller: @szabo_ervin_edward
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