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PATAGONIA: Torres del Paine...The most beautiful place in the World

April 27th 2014
PATAGONIA: Torres del Paine...The most beautiful place in the World. In Europe all roads lead to Rome...in Africa to Mto Mbu...in Asia to Katmandu...in Australia to Uluru...in Antartica to Mawson's Hut...in North America to Yankee Stadium...and in South America to the front gate of Torres del Paine. But for the latter its not always easy to get through...and its definitely not easy to get to. * ... read more
South America » Chile » Magallanes » Torres del Paine

Chilean Flag Prior to the coming of the Spanish in the 16th century, northern Chile was under Inca rule while Araucanian Indians inhabited central and southern Chile; the latter were not completely subjugated until the early 1880s. Although Chile declared its ind... ... read more
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16th October 2014

Amazing
Love this photo!
16th October 2014

Amazing
Thanks for commenting Alan. One of those rare photos of a meeting with wildlife I will always remember.
1st October 2019

My Thoughts about this Photo of Yours!!
Hello David, Long time no see mate; this is Kenneth, my mother and I saw you a while ago at Clarinda Street; we all ended up trying to spot Superb Lyrebirds together; you showed me some photos you took of black cockatoos which you said you had never photographed before at that location!!! I've been a bit busy, but I took another look through your gallery and find myself really loving looking at this image of yours!!! Everything about it is a pleasure for the eyes; divinely beautiful scene in the back and a most truly 'tremendously' marvellous animal in the front; what a spectacular encounter, definitely a shot of yours for the highlights reel, as this would be a one off occasion!!! Exquisitely beautifully well done on taking this photograph during a majorly exhilarating moment which is when the heart would be pounding that extra bit harder David!!! It must have been such a euphorically and 'sublimely' phenomenally beautiful, memorable, grand and beautiful day for you!!! =DDD =)))) I hope this message finds you doing 'stratospherically' breathtakingly beautifully and 'unequivocally' immeasurably specially well; perhaps one of these days I will see you at Clarinda Street again and we'll both be able to get some 'profoundly-majorly' exquisitely special photographs of black cockatoos, super lyrebirds courting and the like?!! =DDD =)))) Wishing you the absolute very best, and I wish you so 'infinitely' immeasurably specially well as well, Kenneth!!! =))))
6th October 2019

My Thoughts about this Photo of Yours!!
Thank you for your comment Kenneth. This pic of a guanaco is one of my favourite pics too. Connection with my subject, place and timing all came together which I find so rare with wildlife photography. Very fortunate and pleasing for sure.
7th October 2019

Re: My reply to your reply to my comment on your Photo
I'm so very glad to hear that David; I'm spectacularly happy to hear that everything came together perfectly for you and to hear that this is one of your favourite photographs!!! All the very best to you, Kenneth!!! =DDD =))))

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