Bits of Bariloche
Bits of Bariloche
Bits of Bariloche
Bits of Bariloche
Bits of Bariloche
Lago Moreno, Argentina.
La quebrada de Humahuaca con mi añorada D90. Año 2012
The huge salt lake at Salinas Grandes, Argentina, with a light blue tint that strenghtens the idea behind the reason for the colors of the Argentine flag.
A tribute to Hieronymus Bosch's famous painting.
Pastel woods
A photo of a sky lift as I was riding a similar one. Behind, the mounts known as Penitentes can be seen
A view of Mount Aconcagua, the tallest in America.
I was travelling through the routes of San Luis, Argentina, when we suddenly found a rainbow starting at a side of the road. I took the chance to snap a photo of the truck right in front uf just as it passed through the rainbow. The picture has a weird atmosphere because it was shot through a dirty windshield
Punta del Diablo
A photo inspired by the works of the master Hiroshi Sugimoto
A very simple "I can do it like in the maganizes" shot at some falls in San Luis, Argentina.
Bacon route
A gloomy, moody, watercolor-like atmosphere generated by the clouds, the mountains and the Nahuel Huapi lake in Bariloche, Argentina, in the southern region known as Patagonia.
Ice walking in the glaciers of Mount Tronador, in Bariloche, Argentina, in the southern region known as Patagonia.
Two people watching the gorgeous landscape at the Nahuel Huapi lake, right in the coastline of the city of Bariloche, Argentina, in the region known as Patagonia
A moment where everything seems to fall in place. This shot was taken at the refugee of Mount Tronador, in Bariloche, Argentina, in the region known as Patagonia
Dawn at the refugee of Mount Tronador, in Bariloche, Argentina, in the region known as Patagonia. The mist from below mixes with the blue sky atmosphere as well as the staring golden rays from the rising sun.
The mountain right in front of the Gutierrez lake helps create a wall of water wood and leaves. This photo was taken in the southern region of Argentina known as Patagonia.
A calm afternoon in the Nahuel Huapi lake, right next to the city called Villa La Angostura
The moon is about to be visited by some who is indeed important enough to leave an enormous trail behind him. A truly magical moment that lasted less than a minute in an autumn sunset in Rosario, Argentina.
The breathtaking landscape of Bariloche, Argentina, is able to transform a chep wooden cabin into a gallery of art. This shot was taken in the southern region of Argentina known as Patagonia
A woman and her child take a stroll at the beach near Lake Nahuel Huapi, in a perfect summer afternoon. The lake is situated in the southern region of Argentina known as Patagonia
Sunset in a spring day at the Yosemite National Park. The sky looked as teared apart by the Half Dome, arguably the most important landmark in the whole park. Shot with Fujifilm
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