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A book of photographs by two professional photographers from their travels in October 2009, of Cusco, The Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Chinchero, Pisac, Urubamba, the countryside, the amazing colors, the textiles, the ceramics, the wonderful people, the ruins, the flourishing legacy of the Inca civilization.

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About the Author

David Phillips
dcpw Seattle, Washington, USA
Born in Santiago, Chile of English parents I was blessed with dual citizenship (British and Chilean) and two languages (English and Spanish). School in England was followed by a career split equally between the USA and the UK with numerous international assignments. I first became involved in photography at age 11 in a B & W darkroom, working for the school paper. I have been freelancing as a writer and photographer since 1985, first in stock photography, then assignments, then writing and photography combined, mostly for the editorial market. From there I branched out into corporate work, marketing and PR, and then authored several books, including a novel written under contract. More recently  I have expanded into design work, video and audio. If it has to do with communication, then I consider it my field. I am self-taught except for the NYI Photography Course. I now live in Seattle, Washington, with my wife (and partner), a talented and experienced graphic designer, photographer a

Comments (2)

patpom

patpom says

OK, I'm posting again. I received this book last night. I spent the evening savoring each photo. It is seriously gorgeous, includes written history blurbs, and tells a beautiful story. Note: I am not a friend, nor did I even know that David and Georgiana were professional photographers before I bought this book. It is simply that good. I make photo books too. Mine are nice. Their book is Rizolli publishing quality.

posted at 10:31am Jan 16 PST

dcpw

dcpw says

This is a new version of the same book. Unfortunately comments from the previous version do not transfer automatically. I have had to copy and paste them here.

patpom says
I am in awe of this book. There is nothing in the mainline published world that can touch it. I'm off on a professional photography tour of Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and surrounds in May and this will be my bible. Yes, it is $98. It is worth every dollar. Great work David and Georgianna. You have created a true treasure. 

Patricia
posted at 05:46AM Jan 10 PST

dcpw says
Pat, thank you so much for your wonderful comments and for ordering a copy, We are thrilled! I hope you have a wonderful trip.
posted at 12:52PM Jan 10 PST

posted at 05:50pm Jan 13 PST

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