The Plaza de Armas in the Peruvian city of Trujillo is lined with brightly painted colonial buildings with dark wood Spanish balconies. The balconies were built so proper Spanish ladies could look out on the plaza without being seen.
Today, locals still walk, sit, and chat in the plaza. The photographer in the photo used his old fashioned camera as a display, but took my photo with the point and shoot digital he's holding in his hand.
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