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Most Badass Tourist at Machu Picchu

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By HVculture on November 20, 2012

Rainforest Expeditions tour director Jeff Cremer released what he believes is “the highest resolution picture ever taken” of Machu Picchu, the 15th-century Inca site in Peru. The image “actually consists of 1,920 pictures taken using a robotic camera mount, which were then stitched together,” the Telegraph (UK) reported. You can zoom in and out and play with it here.

There’s all kinds of fun to be had when you do, like all the body-less heads that seem to be roaming about the property. But here’s the best find: Up there, at the peak, high above the site, there’s some dude just off on his own, taking pictures above the fray — wouldn’t you love to know what this guy is seeing?

Zoom in with us:


Getting there:

Who’s that?

Hey, guy!

Whoa! Dude, send us your pics!

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