USHUAIA DAY 3: CROSSSING THE ANDES

The Andes twisted and turned themselves when they reach the southest part of my country so they crossed Tierra del Fuego horizontally. On the third day in Ushuaia we crossed the Andes and found some extra cool places 500 meters above sea level. There is Lago Escondido with its beautiful scenario and then there is Lago Fagnano with its crystal water and filled with pebbles lake floor. We even got some freezing rain and some strong winds there!
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  1. I know I m repeating myself but still, everything related to nature always bright my day, and these pictures are no exception either. Just beautiful!:)

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    1. I think it´s been the best nature sight I´ve seen in some time!

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  2. Que hermosas fotos! La verdad que me encantaron :) El lugar es hermoso, los paisajes son espectaculares. Nos gustó muchísimo tu blog, te invitamos a pasar por nuestro espacio. Un abrazo grande, seguimos en contacto!

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    1. Gracias, Alber, por la visita y el comentario!!

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  3. These are incredible, as always! Love the two shots fourth from the bottom, they are breath-taking! And that cabin....so rustic and beautiful. I would love to live there, haha.
    thanks so much for linking up with Photography Friday again!
    Jess

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    1. You and me both!! It´s such a beautiful place to live in!

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  4. Oh my, the photo down onto the lake is just breath taking. Can't believe how amazing that looks!

    Guy

    http://quickgetmycamera.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. The Andes look stunning, especially captured by your beautiful photography! I love the fourth photo down, but I can't quite figure it out; I think it is a branch lying in snow? Ah well :)
    the Earth through a Lens

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    1. Indeed, Emma. It was more ice than snow by then, but I loved the way it looked!

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  6. I am blown away by these photos. Utterly stunning!! I particularly love the photo of you in front of the lake as well as the little log cabin. Absolutely going to pin these to my Travel board!!

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    1. Aw, thank you so much!!! It´s an amazing place!

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