Kayaking Northern Patagonia
Take a 20-mile paddle across Lago Lácar
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The small town of San Martin de los Andes sits on the shores of Lago Lácar in northern Patagonia. The lake stretches more than 20 miles and is a popular spot for overnight kayaking missions by local Argentines and tourists alike.
To get this shot, I followed one of these expeditions with a drone. In a region famous for wind, it's always nice to be able to fly my drone.
Lead Photo: Isaias Miciu Nicolaevici
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