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When Heaven and Earth Merges - Isla Incahausi at Noon
Bolivia

Isla Incahausi with its giant cacti basking under a cloudless sky. It is difficult to get an exact white balance and the sky seems to come out with an incredible turquoise hue for some reason.

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