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Beautiful photo and galery!L15!

Greetings Fialka

Fantastic view, superb moment!L47!

Greetings Fialka

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 Kostadinos!!! It is a pleasure to share with you this beautiful image of the arm Rincón of the Nahuel Huapi lake!!! This is a glacial lake located along the eastern slope of Southern Andean Range with a maximum length of 67 km and a maximum width of 10 km. The lake resembles in its shape "a gigantic amoeba with enormous tentacles extending in all directions to form a number of arms or fjords. It is also encircled by many smaller lakes. Mountains fringe almost all its coastline; there is a succession of bays and coves, shingle and sandy beaches, perpendicular rocky cliffs, steep promontories, and wooded isthmuses and peninsulas. The lake offers one of the nicest landscapes in South America, and has been included since 1909 in Nahuel Huapi National Park, the largest of Argentine national parks (785,000 ha). The international city of San Carlos de Bariloche, growing up very fast on the southeastern margin of the lake, attracts every year lots of tourists with pleasant summer weather and winter sports. Thank you very much for your visit, comment so nice and Like!!!

Friendly greetings to you in Greece from a distant Patagonia Argentina, Toto



Cheers, Jeff

Hi Goran!!! This is a postcard that you can find throughout the Pamapa Argentina!!! Great plains with much cattle and field crops!!! Thanks for you visit and kind comment!!!

Friendly greetings from a distant Patagonia, Toto

Hi Zw22wz!!! The North of Patagonia Argentina, is a region at once wild, beautiful and full of contrasts, where woods alternate with barren plateaus and grasslands tall with thorny mountains. But every corner hides surprises you just have to dare to discover transiting its gravel roads and tracks in the middle of the mountains. It is also one of the last regions of the world where it is practiced transhumance of herds, which involves the movement of animals in mid-November to the high fields of the Andes in search of pasture and water that will serve as support their animals and in March and April return to winter grazing pastures, also in search of pastures for livestock feed. Although unknown by many and appreciated by few, the Transhumance has been the cultural hub, social and economic North of Patagonia for hundreds of years, managing to stay alive, thanks to its geography and remoteness from major urban centers in the region. Thank you very much for the visit, kind words and LIKE!!!

Greetings from the other side of the world, Toto

Me alegro que te haya gustado este algarrobo solitario en medio del campo de flores amarillas!!! Gracias por tu amable visita Pedro!!! También por el me encanta + FAV 5!!!

Saludos desde la Patagonia Argentina, Toto

Sehr schöne Blumen. Likes 22. Greetings from Thun. Brigitte



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