An Aymara leader holds up his hands to receive the sun's energy at sunrise during Aymara New Year celebrations, Tiwanaku, Bolivia
In the background is the Ponce Monolith, one of the most famous monoliths at Tiwanaku. It is located in the Kalasasaya Temple.
Photograph ID: Aymara_New_Year_2015D106
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2015
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