A GoNOMAD Photo Gallery
Quito, Cuenca and Otavalo Ecuador
Photos by Max Hartshorne
In Cuenca, the buses come very close to the people on the sidewalks. Soon a tram will replace many of these diesel buses.
Indigenous men and women work the fields in Otavalo.
One of the rivers that runs through Cuenca is an excellent trout fishing stream.
Guitarmaker Santiago Uyaguari follows his father’s footsteps in the business.
Inka ruins at Pumapango, in Cuenca.
Figurine maker Rosita Laja in Chordeleg Azuay.
Many indigenous people make hats for a living.
llamas in Otavalo
This little girl has the hardest job, turning the chicken rotisserie.
Ecuador fusion cuisine at Tiesto, in Cuenca features sizzling prawns in garlic sauce.
Pigs are roasted using gas torches all over the country.
Corn cakes hot on a griddle, a specialty of the country near Quito.
A dress seller at Otavalo’s native market.
Horses are an important part of the culture in Ecuador.
A street artist in Cuenca.
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Max Hartshorne has been the editor and publisher of GoNOMAD Travel in South Deerfield Mass since 2002. He worked for newspapers and other sales positions for 23 years until he finally got what he wanted, and became the editor at GoNOMAD. He travels once a month and shares his stories and enjoys publishing new writers and watching his grandchildren grow up.