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The peaks of Los Cuernos (the Horns) and Paine Chico in the Paine Massif, with Lake Pehoe in the foreground. Yes the water IS that blue – its something to do with its purity. Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile.
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Wow-those are some amazing peaks. They look so rugged!Amazing scenery, colors and composition!
Thanks Mar. This was our second visit to Chile, to try to photograph these famous peaks. The first time the mountains never emerged from the clouds! Unfortunately, Patagonia is a dodgy place to shoot weatherwise. ;o)
– Krys Bailey
Absolutely fantastic capture, what a fantastic vista, wondrous comp an perspective, and glorious imagery and colour.
Krys…I thought I already had my fav when out of the blue comes this. OMG, it is sooo beautiful. You are so talented! This one, like so many others of yours, has the “Oh wow!” factor!
Thanks Ed – but I think geology is the star here! ;o)
wooo Krys , fantastic capture, great job..love it.:)
What amazing detail and the colour is brilliant!!!
Wow, what dramatic scenery, great shot!
Looks like New Zealand’s South Island a bit, same coloured water from the lime – stunning!
Paradise! That’s what comes to mind when I see this remarkably beautiful scene. The love you have for South America really comes through in your incredible photos.