Can you paint with all the colors of South America? Photos courtesy of @oshil_, @jujubeekennedy, and @tkabbour.
INSTAGRAM – In anticipation of this week's tour around South America, the latest Instatrip features the most amazing pictures we found on Instagram that show the vibrant explosion of life and colors in Argentina, Colombia, and Peru.
Last week was the first time we asked you to tag your best Instagram photos #GentedimontagnaInstatrip for consideration in our roundup, and the results were so amazing we'll be calling for your photos from now on. Thanks, everyone! (This is a good time to follow us on Instagram if you're not doing so already.)
Instatrip is a Sunday roundup of the best Instagram photos of the destination we're featuring that week. Next up, African safari. Tag your best Instagram photos in the wild with #GentedimontagnaInstatrip before Friday. We'll publish the best ones we find on Gentedimontagna.
"Mom, can we keep him?" Every kid wants a baby alpaca in Pisac, Peru.
In Peru, small ceramic bulls represent happiness, wealth, and fertility. They're traditionally placed on the roof to honor Pachama (Mother Earth) and to ask for protection over the household.
Colorful buildings brighten up Calle Media Luna in Cartagena, Colombia.
Pretty weave patterns in the village of Huilloc, Peru.
The moon rises over the colorful cottages of El Calafate, Argentina.
The sunset never looks as good as it does in Brazil.
Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park and the Andes Mountains help punctuate the tip of South America.
An Andean bounty from the Sacred Valley at Inkaterra La Casona, Cusco. Can we dig in yet?
Humble folk colors from the Iglesia de Concordia in Antioquia, Colombia.
A serene, earthy environment at the historic Monasterio de Santa Catalinain Arequipa, Peru.
Chubby cheeks and beautiful eyes accentuate signature Peruvian textiles.
Praia da Barrain Brazil is a beach filled with stunning, bright red and orange trees called amendoeira árvore, commonly known as the almond tree.
Not a bad place to set up shop. Or pick up your best souvenir after a climb in La Raya Mountain Range, Peru.