Worldly Vistas: Volcano Licancabur

Licancabur Volcano, Atamaca, ChileAtacama
Photographed in Chile

Located on the Chile-Bolivia border, Volcano Licanbur towers over the Atacama Desert at over 19,400 feet. Its summit crater lake is among the highest lakes in the world!

The Atacama Desert has so many special vistas; this is but one.


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Worldly Vistas: Tambopata

Tambopata River, PeruTambopata River
Photographed in Peru

Located in southeastern Peru and northwestern Bolivia with the upper part forming the border between the two countries, The Tambopata River is a tributary of the Madre de Dios River. The river flows between Lake Titicaca and deep into the Amazon basin, and flows through the Tambopata National Reserve, which is rich with wonderful wildlife.

Getting here? Easy. Just go to Puerto Maldonado, take a motorized canoe up river…OK. Yes! It’s remote, but that adds to the allure.



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Worldly Vistas: La Boca

La Boca Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires
Photographed in Argentina

Located in the Buenos Aires southeast corner near the port, La Boca is synonymous with fun for visitors. Eye-popping colourful houses dominate the street, which are pedestrian friendly, and tango artists perform just about everywhere. Of course, vendors selling tango-related memorabilia adds to the festive environment.


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Worldly Vistas: In the Rainforest

In the Amazon
Photographed in Peru

The Amazon seems endless. It covers Well over half of Peru with dense tropical rainforest. Brazil contains with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana.

It represents over half of the planet’s remaining rainforests, and forms part of what is probably the most biodiverse region on Earth


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Worldly Vistas: Monk of Pacana

Monk of Pacana - Atacama Desert, Chile

Monk of Pacana
Photographed in the Atacama Desert, Chile

As if the Chile’s Atacama Desert ins’t magnificent enough on its own, there are also these unbelievable “statues” adding to the scenery. They are huge vertical rocks formations that have been shaped by wind erosion over millions of years, mimicking the silhouette of monks. they are remains of large volcanic eruptions which once flowed in the area.  The gignormous rock formations rise toward the sky enhancing this beautiful area.

How large is this one? Do you see Bill standing in the foreground? He’s nearly 6′ and barely visible!


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Worldly Vistas: Reaching for the sky

Andes rising over Lake Titikaka, Bolivia

Andes Rising over Lake Titicaca
Photographed in Bolivia

High altitude Lake Titicaca is located between Peru and Bolivia and at an average altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level. It is surrounded by beautiful, snow-capped Andean mountain ridges and slopes varying in altitude 13,100 – 13,800 feet above sea level. Beautiful!


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Worldly Vistas: Moonscape

Moon Valley, Atacama Chile

El Valle de la Luna
Photographed in Chile

Moon Valley is located in the Cordillera de la Sal (Salt Mountains) in the Atacama Desert. It is an interesting area with stones and sand formations that, for millennia, floods and winds have given it a series of amazing colors and texture. Given its rugged terrain, scientists tested a prototype for a Mars rover here.


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South America: Titi Monkey

Titi Monkey, Peru

Titi Monkey
Photographed in Peru

 

Titis are a New World Monkey. You may have seen one that’s looks somewhat different than this one. That’s because the different species vary substantially in size and coloring but resemble each other in most other physical ways.

Mostly, it’s a super cute monkey that easily jump from branch to branch, making it fun to watch and sometimes a bit of a challenge to photograph.


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South America: Moon Valley

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Moon Valley
Photographed in Chile

If you want to feel as if you’re walking on the moon without leaving earth, this is the place to go! Moon Valley — Valle de la Luna — in Chile’s Atacama desert is a remarkable place. It is part of the Reserva Nacional los Flamencos, and has various stone and sand formations that have been carved by wind and water.

No, that isn’t snow. It’s salt deposits. Moon Valley has dunes, caverns, sharp peaks and natural depressions,and views that can only be described as moon-like.


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