Cerro Piltriquitron, Rio Negro, Argentina by Leonardo Biolatto

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The photograph was taken during the autumn of the southern hemisphere in the Argentine Patagonia. In autumn, the tree known as "lenga" stains its leaves deep red.
Luckily they were a few minutes waiting until the light filtered through the leaves. It had been a cloudy day we didn't expect sunlight at all, but we were lucky.
The path that appears in the photograph is the path to the Piltriquitrón Refuge, a place of passage to reach the summit of the Piltriquitrón Hill in El Bolsón, province of Río Negro.

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