Formaciones Rocosas en Cordillera

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Comments (7)

Chris Collao on October 16, 2007

Thank you so much marry I've take it today on morning =)

I went to Argentina and I come back to Chile today on morning :)

Thanks for comming


Chris Collao on October 16, 2007

Wow... thats awsome =)

Do you study history?

Chris Collao on October 17, 2007

Nice to know you, I study enginery... you are right... theres many storys here, more than you can imagine... even I don't know all the storys... but when you know them, you like it very much... If you want i can give you webs with storys from here, but they are in spanish, i don't know if you know to speach spanish... but thay are easy to translate =)

Cheers from here


ex_pression on February 4, 2008

Guaton!!! LLego el Ipod!No lo puedo creer! Termino de subir estas fotos y mr voy para tu casa.. Te Amo

Chris Collao on February 4, 2008

Jajajaja... Si loquita, ven a buscarlo =)

John Gillett on May 25, 2008

I like your photos of rock formations, not many people do them. I'm a geologist and nearly 20 years ago did my bachelor's thesis on some thin sections from the Canadian Cordillera. Argentina/Chile look beautiful, though I've never been to South America.

This shot is very nicely composed.

Chris Collao on May 26, 2008

Woo!... So now the honor it's bigger yet!... I really like the rocks, specially the colors from rocks and earth, and the storys that they can tell us.

And you are right, every single mountain has an infinit number of storys on it, and a lot of colors to show it.

Thanks for your words, as I said before... It's a great honor...

I don't know if you already have seen this picture, and this one, those are pictures that make me wish study geologism to understand they words.



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