I took a trip to Peru for two weeks over Christmas to visit my sister-in-law's family. We also took a 5-day excursion to the Amazon jungle near Puerto Maldonado, which is on the south-east of Peru near the Bolivia border.
I have finally posted most of my photos from the trip. I still have a roll of black and white to develop and go through, but I don't expect much from it.
Here are my snapshot photos, from my digital camera (Canon S410) which includes pictures from around Lima, my nieces baptism, the jungle, christmas and the beach, ending with a very important lesson.
Here are my more artistic photos, these from my 35mm film camera, an old Nikon FE2. The quality is a little better, I think only partially due to equipment, film and telephoto and wide-angle lenses. The main reason I think they are better is due to the film process and it being a "more serious" camera. This tends to slow me down and I focus more on each shot. Or maybe I just edit more because I have to scan each one in.
If you didn't get your fill of Peru photos, you can view my photos from 2002, when I went to Peru for my brother's wedding. This trip also included Machu Picchu, Cusco and a trip to see the Nazca lines.