Below is a look back to gathering rubber in Peru. The rubber capital of the world until 1912 was Iquitos, which today is the largest city in the world without road access (420,000 population.)
A week after Thanksgiving already. Here’s a look back:
Here’s a look back to 1948:
Thursday’s look back to the wharf at Callao:
Another look back: the Peruvian coastline before all the modern shipping/loading machines came. Happy November!
Here’s a look back at an old Llama pack train…
Here’s a classic from Lima:
A look back to the Sacred Valley between Cuzco & Machu Picchu.
Here’s a vintage photo taken in 1968 by Julio Carbacho Photography. (Via Cardcow)