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Eye Contact. Cusco, Peru.

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Our guesthouse in Cusco, Peru was up the hill. It was a big hill, and Cusco is over 11,000 feet above sea level. If you haven’t been up in high altitude before, I can tell you that it makes even a small staircase a daunting challenge.

Needless to say, the hike back to our room was usually done at a fairly slow pace. All the better for photography. Slowing down is one of the best ways to notice things. Like this simple moment between two residents of this historic city. I love this photo.

Lauren Lim

Hey friend, I’m Lauren! I’m a photographer and head ninja here at Photography Concentrate. I’m downright obsessed with photography, and love sharing it with super cool folks like yourself. When I’m not shooting, or writing, you can find me cooking (and eating!), traveling, and hanging out with wonderful people.

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  1. “Slowing down is one of the best ways to notice things.”

    That is excellent advice. I should write that on the back of my camera. It will definitely be at the top of my photography checklist.

    Thanks, Lauren
    – Sam

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