As a photographer she immediately drew my attention. This lady symbolises a current of life.
This image is part of an important project names 'Dreaming without fear of heights'.
For this project I have tried to spread the story about the Ayacucho brand and to contribute to the wonderful reputation it enjoys worldwide. Ayacucho is an area in Peru, surrounded by the Andes, with the Sarasara (alt. 5453 m) as its highest mountain. Ayacucho covers a very extensive area: its 43 815 km2 make the region half as large again as Belgium. Unfortunately the region is poor, hard to reach and sparsely populated. It is further divided into 11 provinces and 111 districts. The local language is the Chanka variant of Quechua. The Ayacucho collection came about in 2009 as a result of the collaboration between the AS-Adventure Company and Solid International. Much more than a one-time effort, it has become a full-fledged outdoor and travel collection with an undeniable and wholly positive impact on the lives of the Ayacucho people, as each product sold means new funds for Solid International’s projects in the region. Solid International cares deeply about the fate of the local population. Solid Peru uses European know-how to implement improvements in the fields of agriculture, irrigation, housing and local production. The main objective for me, as a photographer, was to portray the people in and around Ayacucho. I set out to use the power of the image to do justice to the power of the people of Ayacucho.
Ayacucho, designed for generations.
More information via www.solidinternational.ch or via www.asadventure.com .
'A beautiful old lady is a work of art', by the photographer Brian Decrop, was captured in Peru. It’s part of the following art editions:
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Did you know that artists only receive single-digit commission amounts from most online galleries? While rent and food prices etc. are on the rise, many freelance artists don't make enough money to make ends meet.
That's why we at Photocircle have a different model. While we also need to offer competitive prices, our artists decide for themselves the amount of their commissions. So if the prices of our pictures vary sometimes, you now know why.
By the way: Brian Decrop donates 15% of the proceeds to our reforestation project in Ethiopia, where we hope to have planted 500,000 trees by the end of 2023.