Iain Mclean 1971
 
Scotland
I am a passionate photographer from Scotland. I am currently travelling the world looking for the next image. I prefer Landscape Photography but I’m not one for labelling so I just prefer Photographer
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Santiago, ChileSantiagoChileThe Metropolitan Cathedral is the main house of worship for Chile’s Catholic Church and the base for the country’s Archdiocese. It is dedicated to...Jodhpur, IndiaJodhpurIndiaIn India, flowers have utmost importance in every occasion. Flowers have traditional or spiritual significance in India. Indian culture is a blend...Amber Palace, Rajasthan, IndiaAmber PalaceRajasthan, IndiaA palace guard in traditional turban at Amer Fort. Constructed of red sandstone and marble, the attractive, opulent palace is laid out on four...City of Ghosts, Thuận An, VietnamCity of GhostsThuận An, VietnamCity of Ghosts in Hue in Vietnam is located in the village of An Bang, Phu Vang district of Thua Thien Hue province. The history of the city of...Ollantaytambo, PeruOllantaytamboPeruFrom 1438 to 1533, the Incas incorporated a large portion of western South America, centered on the Andean Mountains, using conquest and peaceful...Chinchero, Chinchero District, PeruChincheroChinchero District, PeruChinchero weavers traditionally weave in the doble cara, or two sided warp-faced, technique. Beginning in the 20th century weavers began to learn...Maras Salt Mines, PeruMaras Salt MinesPeruIt's believed that the salt pans were originally constructed by the Wari civilization, which predates the Inca. However, the Inca saw the economic...San Pedro Market, Cuzco, PeruSan Pedro MarketCuzco, PeruThis old Cuscan woman sits outside the central San Pedro Market in Cusco. They eat Guinea Pigs in Peru as well as use Llama Foetus’ for sacrifices....Uros Islands, Puno, PeruUros IslandsPuno, PeruOn the Uros Floating Islands this elder Uru woman separates the green reeds from the brown ones. They will then be laid out on the ground to dry...Titikaka Lodge, PeruTitikaka LodgePeruOn the reed floating islands of Lake Titicaca this old grand papa of the Uru people watches the visitors arrive. According to legend, the Uru...Jama Masjid, New Delhi, IndiaJama MasjidNew Delhi, IndiaIn Muslim culture Wadu is the Islamic procedure for wiping parts of the body, a type of ritual purification, or ablution. Wudu involves washing the...Mbumza Living Village, NamibiaMbumza Living VillageNamibiaThe Mbumza Tribe still live today as they have for a thousand years. If you visit these fantastic people you will learn their culture from how they...Rohat, IndiaRohatIndiaThe Bishnoi people of Western Rajasthan still manage to carry out an Opium Ceremony even though it is banned in India. The ceremony begins with the...Rohat, IndiaRohatIndiaWhilst travelling through Rajasthan we stayed the night at Rohat Garh, a beautiful old castle in Rohat town. They offer a safari drive and a visit...Clock Market, Jodhpur, IndiaClock MarketJodhpur, IndiaWhen wandering through the Jodhpur Clock Market I came across this wonderful looking man as he sold bags of rice. He is a Muslim, you can tell this...Jaipur, IndiaJaipurIndiaIn the Hindu religion Sunday is dedicated to Lord Surya or Suryanarayana, the sun god. Hindus begin the day with a ritual bath and a thorough...Xingpingzhen, Guilin, ChinaXingpingzhenGuilin, ChinaCormorant fishing is a dying art which involves sending trained cormorant birds to catch fish and bring them back alive. On the River Li you can...Huangluo, Guilin, ChinaHuangluoGuilin, ChinaHuangluo Yao Village is located on the Longji Scenic Area. The ethnic group that live here are all the red Yao ethnic people. A custom of the Yao...Plaza Central, Uyuni, BoliviaPlaza CentralUyuni, BoliviaThursdays is market day in Uyuni. If you are here on Thursday the whole Main Street is full of local vendors from neighbouring villages and towns....San Pedro de Atacama, ChileSan Pedro de AtacamaChileA view of the Licancabur Volcano from the road out of San Pedro towards the Bolivian border. The most amazing sunsets I’ve seen in a few months now.
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