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Laguna de Aguas Negras, entre Chile y Argentina

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Desde La serena, y pasando por el Valle del Elqui, para llegar a Argentina, hay que pasar por esta laguna. El camino, aunque largo y difícil, es de una belleza delicada e impresionante. Es una excursión ideal para un día. La fotografía está tomada a mano alzada con una Nikon D3100.

  • Alejandro Ahumada about 1 year ago
    Que lente utilzas para la Nikon D3100? Saludos
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