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Guajira Colombia - Cabo de la Vela - Camaichi - Pilón de Azócar
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Uno de los lugares que más me ha gustado de Colombia: el Cabo de la Vela, donde el desierto se junta con el mar Caribe, formando unos contrastes de color fantásticos. Al fondo de la fotografía puede observarse una montaña en forma de pirámide. Los habitantes del lugar la llaman "El Pilón de Azúcar". En sus creencias, todos los muertos vienen a este pilón. Yo les creo: si estuviera muerto, aquí me sentaría a ver el mar Caribe y a dejarme despeinar por su brisa. Cálida brisa...

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Tags: cabo de la vela; guajira; colombia; pilon de azucar; camaichi
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