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I am deeply convinced that everything you look upon with love is beautiful. I'm trying to capture a bit of that beauty with my little toy camera, and am chronically curious for the many hidden corners of this wonderful world. Enjoy my humble gallery and thank you for stopping by! If you wish to have a glimpse at my compressed gallery, try:

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Camilla and csn, Thank you all for visiting my gallery and for the lovely comments. I am really glad you enjoyed my photo.

Greetings from Port Moody, Gabe

Great photo anaberdi!

Greetings Sunpixx

Gracias don z. Un saludo desde Galicia.

Un retrato maravilloso. Like 8. Saludos desde el otro lado del charco.


Splendid shot and terrible atmosphere. Congratulations David

Hola Catalino!!! Es increíble como una fotografía puede transmitir tantas sensaciones, cada uno de los que la han visto han sentido una parte de lo que sentí Yo en ese momento!!! La verdad que estoy feliz de poder compartirlo!!! Muchas gracias por tus bellas palabras!!!!

Un saludo grande, Toto

Hi dear Ange, spring begins here on September 21, at that time the valley formed by the rivers Limay, Neuquen and Negro is tinged with pink and white because all fruit trees are in bloom... then the bees start to make your sweet work!!! Thanks my friend for your always kind visit and LIKE!!!

Friendly greetings from Patagonia Aregntina, Toto

Hi AcheG, welcome!!! I am very happy that you have enjoyed these landscape in the Lanin National Park. Located in southwestern Neuquen Province, its area covers more than 400,000 hectares sheltering a very important part of the Andean/Patagonian Wood. At this Park you can enjoy species like Pellín Oak, the Pehuén and the Raulí. And best of all, all this beauty is surrounded by a breathtaking mountain landscape as well as twenty-four lakes of Glacial origins. Its name derives from the Lanin Volcano (photo), a 3,776 meters high peak that has eternal snows and dominates this Park’s landscapes from any of its angles. The dominant species in the north part of this park is the Pehuén or Araucaria, the Mapuches’ Sacred Tree. This conifer may reach 45 meters and its top resembles a sun umbrella. In the densest parts of the wood there is the Pudú, a small deer with its body perfectly adapted to this environment. It is one of the endangered species protected within this Park. The other one is a kind of mink called Huillín. Thank you very much for you beautifu comment, friendly visit and Like!!!

Amitiés from Patagonia Argentina, Toto

I'm glad you enjoyed the antics of the pilot Sebastien!!! Thanks for passing by and your compliment, also for the Like!!!

Friendly greetings from Patagonia Aregntina, Toto

Gracias Eduardo, me alegro de que te haya gustado esta vista panorámica del Llao Llao, su nombre proviene de un hongo común en la región, el Llao Llao, que crece sobre los troncos de ñires y coihues, árboles muy comunes en el área!!! El nombre Llao Llao también significa una lengua aborigen, rico rico, dulce dulce!

Saludos desde Patagonia Argentina, Toto


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