Bosque de Piedras de Huayllay (Stone Forest) Perú. 4310 m.

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The National Shrine of Huayllay presents a forest of stone where erosion caused by wind, water and movement of glaciers, have shaped a variety of cliffs and rocky figures very curious and attractive. It is located in the Pasco region to 312 km from the city of Lima, and its altitude range is from 4 100 a 4 546 m.

El Santuario Nacional de Huayllay presenta un bosque de piedra donde los procesos erosivos ocasionados por el viento, el agua y el desplazamiento de glaciares, han dado forma a una variedad de farallones y figuras rocosas muy curiosas y atractivas.

Se ubica en la región Pasco a 312 km de la ciudad de Lima, y su rango de altitud es de 4 100 a 4 546 msnm.

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Comments (448)

Aramos on May 22, 2014

Linda fotografia, realmente um bosque de pedras. L 218. A.Ramos

Красивые скалы и отражения!!!

Andy Rodker on June 3, 2014

Similar rock forms to those found in the granite mountains to the north of Madrid but I don't think this could be granite. Or am I mistaken?

Anyway a very nice shot. ysl

Best wishes, Andy

Kleene on June 13, 2014

Great Shot with beautyful colours! Like! Thx for your visit an like :-)

Maurice MAZELLIER on August 5

Altitude.* importante.. pour Nous../ Français. + Beaucoup de végétation. , Extraordinaire.. - on Aime.. bien

BOGDAN de Varsovie on November 1

Very nice landscape. Excellent photo.

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Friendly greetings.

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Bogdan

barbarosakpinar on November 2

Beautiful reflections . Greetings , Barbaros

-VK- on November 14

Very mysterious stone forest! Best wishes! Vitali L+F

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 29, 2012
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    by Don Z
    • Camera: SONY DSC-S2000
    • Taken on 2011/11/01 13:56:16
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 6.20mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.400
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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