Llamas, Lama glama, at Incan ruin

Llamas are the domesticated relatives of the guanaco, a member of the camel family native to South America.
In the background are the ruins of the Incan outpost of Ingapirca. The area was first used by the Caņaris culture beginning about A.D. 900, and then taken over by the Incans in the 15th century.