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Family Burial in Chauchilla Cemetery, Nazca

Family Burial in Chauchilla Cemetery, Nazca

These mysterious tombs with remains of Nazca people date back to 300 BCE-800 AD times. One can see mummies perfectly preserved in dry air and exposed to environment. The Necropol has about dozen of tombs, whereas archeologists are still working on discovering more burial sites. Look at the hair of some mummies, it is absolutely amazing...

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Eldar Kadymov08-Sep-2007 13:57
Your analysis of ultimate feast of eternal evil is stricking as usually... Borsch is quintessence of the whole family gathering here and served as fuel for bursting thier minds in to complete machuganah on these forsaken grounds. It's retained in that red clay pot and replenished by them every night when powers of darkness rule this place undevidently... As you mentioned this is the most prolific image on Pbase , but I would also add maybe even in our Galaxy, well second to your "Police is doing crowd control"... Now, you have no chioce but finally leave comment on this gallery as a whole, otherwise everybody around will start wondering if there is anything weird about such relactance ?!
Michael Weinberg08-Sep-2007 02:22
Hello Eldar. Perhaps the most sinister photo in all of Pbase.... and how fitting to be part of the greatest Peruvian Gallery of All time.... Ever... in the Universe. But enough of the accolades as that is all bupkas compared to the evil contained within this incredible shot. What is the evil, you may ask? It is not the skulls. It is not the mummy. It is not the broken vases on the sullen ground. It is not even the what looks like a dehydrated snake on the wall. What is evil is that the all the skulls and the mummy have great big smiles.... it means they just had one big hell of a party... they eat and drank everything in sight then, just for the heck of it, they trashed the place. These nudnicks, distant relatives of a politbureau security agent, probably on the Peruvian payrole, had the time of their lives, whoopping it up till all hours..... for days and months on end..... a continuous, non-stop party of parties.... and they did not invite either you nor me..... now that's evil....the nerve of them! (I wonder if they had any borscht?) Ciao, Michael.
Sabine Stetson03-Aug-2007 03:34
looks like all my family in max 50 years....
great image....
thank you.....
Fabienne12-Jun-2007 20:05
brr, photo très intéressante et un cadrage plongeant excellent.