Ladies selling ñucchu flowers for Easter in market , Cusco , Peru
Ñucchu flowers are local to the Cusco region and flower around Easter time. They are said to represent the blood of Christ and thrown over the dead body of Jesus during processions.
Photograph ID: Cusco_Easter2011D20
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2011
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Photograph size: 20.0 Mpixels (57.3 MB uncompressed) - 5483x3654 pixels (18.2x12.1 in / 46.4x30.9 cm at 300 ppi)
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