Just returned on Sunday and am finally catching up and looking at my photos! Over 1000 to go through, but of course the very first thing I had to process was this panorama of Machu Picchu. The lighting conditions weren't great because it was mid-day and very hazy, as you see, but as it was primarily a birding trip the best photo parts of the day--early morning and late afternoon--were reserved for the birds. Still, I'm fairly happy with this...this is an accurate representation of how it looked, but no photo can possibly convey how awe-inspiring this site is. D100, Nikon 12-24 (thanks to all of those who convinced me to take it!) on Manfrotto Carbon fiber tripod with Markins Q10 head...very light to carry for travel. Seven stitched shots stitched with Arcsoft Panorama Maker. Lots more to come as I have time to process!