Potato and Oca Harvest, Peru
Antonia, wife of Mariano Sutta Apucusi. At their home in Pampallacta. Oca is a tuber relative of the potato, grown in the high Andes. Oca is part of the vast biodiversity of some 1,300 varieties of potatoes and tubers grown here. Seen here at the home of Mariano and Antonia Sutta Apucusi at ther home in Pampallacta, at the Parque de la Papa near Pisac, Peru.
Mariano Sutta Apucusi is wearing the traditional hat and a dark red sweater. Sabina Sutta Apucusi is his sister, wearing a brown hat and a light red sweater.
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