Aconcagua in Argentina
Aconcagua is a mountain in the Principal Cordillera of the Andes mountain range, in Mendoza Province, Argentina. It is the highest mountain in the Americas, the highest outside Asia and the highest in both the Southern and the Western Hemispheres with a summit elevation of 6,961 metres.Source: Wikipedia
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- San Juan, Argentina, nestles in a fertile valley flanked by arid mountains. Croplands and vineyards (green) abut the metropolitan area on the San Juan River. The white "teardrop" (lower left) is an ancient lakebed called Barreal Blanco. It is one of the best places in the world for carrovelismo, or landsailing, thanks to the steady winds that sweep across this flat, unobstructed expanse of hard-packed sediment.
- This is my boyfriend, who, gently -not- offer himself (haha!) to be the model of my photos in our first vacation to the south of Argentina, the Patagonia region. We love this trip, so I hope you enjoy using this photo too, to whatever you want! And if you are so gently, tell me where you used! Was a pitch? A presentation? A Social post? I will love to know :)
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Perito Moreno Glacier
- I travelled through Argentina by myself. Patagonia has been on my bucket-list for a long time. I visited different places in Patagonia and one of them is called El Calafate. This town is famous for the Perito Moreno glacier and I wanted to see and experience it with my own eyes. I wanted to do a special tour with which you hike on top of this glacier. I was so incredibly super pumped to do this that I had to take the perfect shot of this experience so I could remember it afterwards. So I abandon my group for a short while so they would be in the perfect spot to make the best photo possible.