I had arrived at Lake Nordenskjold early this morning hoping for a nice sunrise. The sunrise was pretty much a bust so I roamed around looking for some nice compositions of the Cuernos del Paine peaks. The wind was howling around 30-35 knots and the waters were really kicking up and there was some spitting rain just to make things more comfortable. I was concentrating on trying to get some good shots of the mountains when I happened to look behind me and saw a nice rainbow forming. I rushed around trying to find a good composition before the rainbow faded and came across this tree that had been killed in a fire a few years earlier. Unfortunately, I had a mid range zoom on the camera, so I had to change to the wide angle all the while the wind was blowing bits of rain at me. I finally was able to get set up and managed to get this image along with a few others before the rainbow faded.
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