Postcard from Cerro Castillo

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Cerro Castillo, southern Andes, Chile

Cerro Castillo, southern Andes, Chile

Moving forward*, northward, along Chile’s Carretera Austral, this is a view of Cerro Castillo from the back yard of the hospedaje where I spent two nights earlier this week. It’s near the village of Villa Cerro Castillo, about 75 kilometers south of Coyhaique, Chile. About two hours later the skies opened, bringing on a rain that lasted through the evening and much of the night.

More details on this road less traveled are forthcoming, as soon as I settle on a place to stay put for a bit. That time will be coming soon.

Photo specs: 30sec at f32 with an 8-stop ND filter, 100 ASA.

* Forward is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge. This works for me. 🙂

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Last modified: January 31, 2014

17 Responses to " Postcard from Cerro Castillo "

  1. Ah, it’s beautiful! It is surely hard to keep moving on when you’re leaving behind soothing landscapes like this one.. and the one before.. and the one before… but the further north you go, the warmer the clima! z

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  3. Your trip sounds wonderful…how are you getting around?

    • BobR says:

      Hi Meryl – for the most part, it’s going quite well. Since Ushuaia (the end of the world in Tierra del Fuego) it’s been all buses with one exception when I hitched a ride.

  4. Nice photo – gives me wanderlust

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  7. pommepal says:

    That rustic fence in the foreground gives the photo real atmosphere

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