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The Quechua are South American Indians who inhabit large areas of the Andean zone, foothills and highlands.
Many words of the Quechua language exist in English, passed to Spanish and with French influence. The dialect of this town is preserved and is present in predominantly Spanish-speaking countries.

It is an ethnicity that preserves its culture and roots over time, despite the constant and accelerated world changes. People obstinated in subsisting, in the same way that they struggle every day with harsh weather and hard work.

That austere life, almost calm, that does not demand, that does not rush and with a great identity of its own, is what this work reflects; an ancestral soul with a lost look, with skin tanned by life that dresses in color in the middle of an infinite plain.

Inspiration from a photo from the internet