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|Tierra del Fuego, Land of Fire, what an ironic denomination for this forbidding mass of ice and windswept snow on rugged peaks. This land is the natural link between the inhabited world and the frozen Antarctica. This is the range of Cerro Cornu seen from the south. Pretty wild, isnt it... Dedicated to that only one, that loves cold as much as I do...|
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Really nice shot. It looks forbidding. Nice comp. with the small valley cutting up the middle. It looks like it was snowing at the time you took the pic. I'd like some more of that here. -Nichole
Good shot Radu,
Using black and white works really well with this image.
I salute you for braving these conditions to get images to share here on TN. I think I prefer the soft green rolling hills of the Chilterns!
Have a great weekend, thanks for posting.
Excellent landscape for a zone of my country unknown to me. I love how you´ve composed the pic, looks like a paint or an alien world.
Great photo, but I have a feeling that the sky has noise which makes it feel as if the sky is layered into the photo.
Hello Radu, this is another great picture about the end of the world. Excellent! This is a great composition. I like it very much. Thank you. Have a great weekend.