Photographer's Note

The train that goes from Cuzco, headcity of the Inca empire, to Puno, the main town on the peruvian side of the Titicaca lake shores, runs its way slowly but surely over 500 km on the Altiplano. And it's a 11 hours trip - that bloody train doesn't go fast enough for the dogs to loose catch with it. In the end the lucky traveler reaches Puno at sunset, and the flaming colors of the star sinking behind the hills reflects themselves in the mighty lake.

I might post other shots from the train-trip over the Altipano. We didn't do any proper settings on this one since the train was moving and the instant was brief, thus is it very dark where should the city of Puno be. Feel free to express yourself, you know better than I.

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