A Quechua boy stands in a field of grass on a hillside in the high Andes.
Qolle flowers used to create a natural yellow dye.
A weaver shows off one of the garments she created that will be sold in the U.S. or Canada.
A Peruvian boy spins a wooden top in the palm of his hand.
A weaver from the town Rumira Sondormayo in the mountains above the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
A young boy rests on a wall painted with condors.
A Peruvian weaver wears a traditional hat during a weaving workshop.
A young alpaca grazes in the sun as clouds billow up a canyon.
A native Peruvian woman carries her daughter in a traditional sling.
Using only gravity and her fingers, a weaver spins newly dyed wool into thread.
An aging Andean man smiles after eating his breakfast.
A shepherdess guides a flock of sheep along a path in the mountains above Cusco, Peru.
A young Quechua girl blends new with old, wearing a sweater purchased from a store and a traditional hat.
A weaver smiles as she begins the cross-stitching on a bolt of cloth.
Two small children glance away from a meeting of their elders.
A weaver holds a long pole used to stir dyeing pots full of wool.