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Serene Sunrise by Puma Cocha lake
Peru

I was alresdy soaked to the skin having caught in one of the heaviest snow storm on the way down the 4859m high Arapa Pass,  the freezing night that greeted me by the camp site at Laguna Pumacocha was not helping either. I didn't manage much sleep and rose up early to catch the sunrise by the shore.

The sun rising up behind the massif Ausanagte soon cast a golden hue on the tower of Nevado Sorimani to the left.

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