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Wandering In So America

Discussion in 'Wanderlust and Travel' started by baeken, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. baeken

    baeken

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    Jun 24, 2008
    Orange County, CA
    Took these shots way before i bought my D60 with my Canon SD350. I think these are actually still some of my favorite pictures

    I'll start off from where I lived in Argentina for 9 months in 2005

    Here's the path from my campus to get into town
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    The lake that I lived on. Some of the greatest sunsets I've ever seen.
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    I was only on a 3 month tourist visa, so every 3 months i had to flee the country. Good thing Uruguay was only a few hours away. We'd go to this small town right on the boarder and hang out for a day. Here's a wall on the beach

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    The Brazilian Embassy in Argentina

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    Finally traveling north and south.

    In the north we found Iguazu Falls (Argentina/Brazil)

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    shot from the plane
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    and the south...El Calafate

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    all shot with a point and shoot camera.
     
  2. nice series, ken
    i appreciate you sharing these with us
     
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