Pujllay musician playing a tokoro or senqatanqana grande, Chutillos festival, Potosí, Bolivia
The pujllay (or phujllay) is a dance from Tarabuco near Sucre and the surrounding area. San Benito church and Cerro Rico are in the background.
Photograph ID: Chutillos2009D116
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2009
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Photograph size: 21.4 Mpixels (61.1 MB uncompressed) - 3774x5661 pixels (12.5x18.8 in / 32.0x47.9 cm at 300 ppi)
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