|Copyright: Brenda Ailin Segurel (Bass)
|Date Taken: 2010-04-05|
|Exposure: f/8, 1/400 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-05-30 12:51|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
I´m back again!
This is Puyehue lake (X Region - Chile)
Puyehue means "place of puye" in Mapuche language; puye is the name of a little fish that inhabits there.
The surface is about: 157km2, the altitude is 207mts over sea level and the depth is about 135mts.
This lake is inside Puyehue national park. There is a common protection area with Nahuel Huapi national park, at Argentina, Vicente Perez Rosales (Chile) and Puyehue national park(Chile).
This pic was taken a month after the earthquake, so everything seems strange to us: wind, clouds, water... we look up at everything for new signals of nature events. I was sorprised but this orange sunset and the calm after a complemte month of earthquakes... was something really pleasent.
reagards to all!
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Hermoso atardecer y muy buena información.
Yes it was all dangerous for your people.
But this image is BREATH-TAKINGLY lovely, indeed!!!
Mario from VERY COLD Calgary Alberta Canada with friendly greetings.
A very special Landscape with a breath-taking atmosphere
I have a 35mm slide taken from the same spot/same view but without the the "feeling" which you captured so skilfully!
Everything is just perfect: The light; exposure; depth of field; focus and the beautiful, natural colours make it a pleasure to view your work.
Have a nice week-end
splendid paysage you captured.
- [2010-10-22 10:46]
It is the place that I dream of and this is the shot that is an ideal of mine, amazing composition in beautiful colour, TFS.
WOOW, you just managed to take a picture exact at the "golden hour" when is the sunset. I like the details you put inside the picture those lovely trees silhoutte and of course the huge river, very interesting and good shot! Thanks for sharing
Best regards Efrem