3 thoughts on “PHOTO: Indigenous Quechua Women in the Sacred Valley of Peru”

  1. Hello, my 12 year old daughter is fund-raising for a school organised trip to Peru in June 2016. She makes and sells jewellery – all profit goes towards the cost of the trip plus supplies that the pupils will take to the Sacred Valley village, where they will stay and work on a local community project. Would you mind if my daughter used some of your photos on her FB page which is devoted entirely to the jewellery she makes please? She would like to raise awareness of the reason behind her jewellery making and is looking for pictures to illustrate her ‘story’. Very happy to send you the link and to attribute the photos to you.
    Many thanks.
    Kind regards,

    • Hi Claire: I do allow use of my photos for non-profit efforts, as long as they are properly attributed. Please have your daughter to add the following attribution on each Facebook status update that uses one of my photos: “Photo courtesy of Hole in the Donut Cultural Travel (https://holeinthedonut.com)”


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