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|In the amazing Chauchilla Cemetery, bodies from the ancient Nasca people were preserved by natural mummification in the arid climate. |
Through their habit of burying their people, this Culture left to us mummies, ceramics, colorful textiles, skull and devices, practically untouched.
Chauchilla is about 30 km from Nasca city and it impresses by the quantity of mummies still available for visiting.
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Wow, Stunning shot. I enjoy the composition and the angle that you took it. Make no bones about it, this is a great shot. BTW....awesome camera.
- [2006-04-05 20:30]
Welcome to the south American part of TL,I´ve already seen and commented some your pictures,which are all great photos.This one here is also a fantastic one.Flawless.Congratulations.Yod
Impressive! Time speaking! I'm surprise how different they work here! They tie them, it seem the feets are bury too! The Femur bones behind... curious... His family? .. slave?
I enjoy it! I have to atmit it even remain a role player Game. Ask him the way... He got the answer! But I know for real it's history!
- [2006-04-06 12:11]
Oh my...he has a seriuos grin about him. great notes to a stunning shot, well done.
Great and different picture....
Thanks to show this amazing subject...
Very nice composition and POV. The lighting is perfect and you captured it very well. The grin on the mummy's face is awkwardly spooky.
Thanks for sharing.