Little girl from Cuzco

This photo was taken in one of the stone-paved alleyways of ancient Cuzco, nestled 3,000m up in the Andes. It won the 2011 Los Angeles Times annual photo contest. The portrait of this little Quechua girl in her colourful traditional dress was Réhahn’s first photograph that was ever published, making it a turning point in his journey as a photographer.

Cuzco, Peru, 2011
Format - Finish

This photograph is printed on high quality paper and delivered with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by REHAHN.

Note: Reproductions (40x60cm) are generally limited to 20 copies sold online. Sold-out photographs will still be available in our galleries.


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