I traveled through the Andes mountain range in Ecuador for a month with Nir, my partner.
We walked through the old alleyways in Quito, celebrated New Year’s Day with the locals, visited Quilotoa lake and enjoyed the small villages in the area, and went to the beautiful town of Vilcabamba – known as the Valley of Longevity. I stayed in the Ecuador a little longer than Nir and explored the Afro-Ecuadorian villages in the Valle del Chota, shopped in the largest market of South America in the town of Otavalo, and of course ate lots of grilled bananas, empanadas, and potatoes prepared in endless varieties.
Galit Govezensky is a portrait and documentary photographer from Israel. We have previously interviewed her about her work in Ethiopia and India (read here) and we are delighted to showcase some of her recent images from Ecuador.
Galit Govezensky is an Israeli photographer who has spent periods of time traveling in India, South East Asia, Ethiopia and Ecuador. Her work has been featured in various travel and photography magazines as well as exhibitions in Israel. Photography has allowed her to meet people from diverse background and photograph them in an intimate and precious way. She also has an educational background in Psychology and Anthropology. To see more of Galit’s work visit her portfolio galitgovezenskyphotography.com.