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Guanaco and Torres del Paine 4th December 2006

6 Responses to “Guanaco and Torres del Paine”

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    tinkje:

    Surreal ! Almost a Bob Ross scene ……… :-)

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    Jeff Ambrose:

    I don\'t think a scene could have been better put together by a toruism board than this. Great shot.

  3. 3
    MC:

    Beautiful shot; it takes the viewer right into the scene. What a stunning place. I think the mountains of So. America have to be some of the most beautiful in the world. And I\'ve only seen pictures!

  4. 4
    Harry:

    Thanks all for these and other comments. Yep, from what I have seen in SA, I need to see more :)

  5. 5
    Barbro:

    This view is outstanding.
    You have gorgeous photos on your site! It’s hard to say which I like the most.

  6. 6
    Dheerendra sachan:

    what a beautifull natural scene.

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Guanaco and Torres del Paine

The story behind "Guanaco and Torres del Paine"

The Torres del Paine park is a great place to hike and see some wildlife. In the back you can see the 3 Torres, over a mile of near-vertical rock, only for the brave at heart climbers…

If you hike or drive around and look carefully, you will see Guanacos everywhere, many times just lying near or on the road. Like this one, that looked like he was planted there by the tourism board, together with the rocks and clouds and all were ready to pose :-)

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