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Gathering Clouds over Laguna Parón
Peru

A well-paved footpath along the northern edge of the lake leads ultimately to the terminal moraine of the feeding glacier of Chacraraju (6112m) which dominates this part of the Cordillera Blanca. Clouds have already moved in from the Pacific to blanket out most of the view before noon.

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Tags: laguna paron; garcilaso; chacraraju; huandoy; aguja; huascaran; cordillera blanca; andes; peru
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