Trashed autos, Lima, fire hydrants –

Motorcycle truck

Testing – testing – let’s hope it works.  If it does work it will be about quirky photographs, local eccentricities and anything else that I come across.  Hopefully a more focussed approach will evolve.  At the moment I am trying to get people who are interested in photos old trashed,  wrecked, abandoned cars together.  Another interest is Lima, Peru.

The photo above is of a truck at the museum site of Pachacamac, an Inca citadel in southern Lima, near Lurin.  You don’t have to go all the way to Machu Picchu to get an idea of the scale of the Inca civilisation.

A bit of the Huaca Pucllana, Avenida General Borgono, Miraflores, Lima

Not a good pic but shows the adobe bricks well

The above photo is a small section of the outer wall of the Huaca Pucllana, taken from Avenida General Borgono.  A good way of looking at the Huaca is by sitting in the restaurant of the Bodega de la Trattoria and enjoying their fabulous Italian food. See Below.

Dessert, Bodega de la Trattoria

A fire hydrant near Wong's at the Ovalo GutierrezAnd a fire hydrant.

About Richard Stokes

Richard Stokes. Childhood spent in Milford-on-Sea. Now lives in Bridport (recent move). Educated in Art Schools - Winchester, Birmingham and Portsmouth. Worked as art administrator: Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Midland Group, Nottingham; West Midlands Arts, Birmingham; Gateshead Garden Festival; Arts Council; Minories Art Gallery, Colchester; West Midland Arts. Also involved with the former Limpets Restaurant. Keen sailor.
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One Response to Trashed autos, Lima, fire hydrants –

  1. Merci bien. Ou habitez vous en France?


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