A Q'eros elder stands in the mist wearing traditional alpaca wool clothing and embroidery. The Q'eros, a traditional Quecha people living in the Peruvian Andes, are considered the last direct descendants of the Incas.
Uros of Lake Titicaca, Peru. A man works with freshly cut reeds on Lake Titicaca—at feet meters) the world’s highest navigable lake. The Uros people live on floating islands and make nearly everything out of totora, a reed that grows in the lake.