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Dream World
A leaf
Walking Freely at Dachau
Out of sight, out of mind
A cloudy day in Seatte
Daily life
Water Reflection
AGUA DULCE 5
AGUA DULCE 4
Modern Art Crime Scene
Climbing a Rock Face
AGUA DULCE 3
Rainbow eyes
Inverted world
Peaceful Afternoon In Berlin
People on top of Haleakala
AGUA DULCE 2
New and Old
A slice through the water
Ocean Bliss
Hope for new vision
Mardi Gras Women
Street Musicians
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AGUA DULCE 3

Agua Dulce is the name of a beach located in the district of Chorrilos in the province of Lima, capital of my native country of Peru. This beach is characterized not only by serving as a summer resort for residents but because it is a place that represents the multicolored, multicultural, ethnographic, socio-economic but above all that it is a place that aims to bring together the population of Lima and provinces in a space where the lack of identity is the common denominator of my country. These images are part of an extensive documentary work that I carried out earlier this year based on an experience of visual anthropology with the ethnographic method called AGUA DULCE.

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Lima, Peru
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Date Taken: 01.2017
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