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Village of Cariquima, Tarapaca, Chile.
South America
360 photography of Cariquima captures the magic of the sunset in this picturesque Andean village in northern Chile. The sun is just over the horizon, creating a spectacle of colors in the sky. The clouds are tinged with shades of pink, orange and gold, forming a stunning backdrop for the village and its surroundings. The adobe houses and clay tile roofs of the village are illuminated by the warm tones of the sunset, casting long shadows on the cobblestone streets. The details of the traditional architecture are enhanced by the warm evening light, revealing the rich earthy colors of the facades and carved wooden windows. The desert landscape surrounding the village takes on a new dimension at sunset. The eroded mountains are enveloped in golden and orange tones, creating a stunning contrast with the sky and highlighting the astonishing beauty of nature in this remote region. The photograph also shows details of daily life in Cariquima at sunset. Some villagers can be seen enjoying the tranquility at the end of the day, while others go about their daily chores, such as tending to the crop plots or herding animals. Overall, 360 photography of Cariquima at sunset captures the ephemeral beauty and serenity of this Andean village at a magical time of day. The colors of the sky and the landscape, along with the traditional architecture and the daily life of its inhabitants, combine to create an evocative and captivating image of this unique corner of northern Chile.
Copyright: David Hurtado
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 21000x10500
Taken: 09/12/2021
Uploaded: 12/04/2023


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